A day in the Dominican with Robinson Cano before his new life begins

Longtime Yankees star Robinson Cano will report to Mariners camp next week to begin the first season of his 10-year, $240 million contract.
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Added Jose: "Imagine, you're born in this house, your whole life is in this house, and then you've got to move. It feels strange. You don't want to move. You want to stay in the same place. You feel comfortable. You belong there. And then one day you don't."

This painting in Cano's house shows him as he looked for nine seasons -- in Yankees pinstripes.
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He leaned backward and yawned and said "then one day you end up here."

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