Robinson José Canó is a Dominican-American professional baseball second baseman for the New York Mets of Major League Baseball.
He was born in the Dominican Republic and raised in the United States. While playing in the 2010s, Cano racked up 1,695 hits, the most ever by a big-league player in that time period.
He has been named to the Major League Baseball All-Star team eight times, has won the Silver Slugger Award five times, and has won the Gold Glove Award twice.
In international competition, Canó has represented the Dominican Republic, as well. For his performance in the 2013 World Baseball Classic (WBC) event, he was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player (MVP) (MVP).
Canó joined Octavio Dotel and Santiago Casilla in becoming one of just four players to win both the World Series and the WBC.
Canó was signed by the Yankees as an amateur free agent on January 5, 2001. In 2001, he played for the Gulf Coast Yankees, Rookies and the Staten Island Yankees of the NY–Penn League.
Canó was one of five prospects given to the Texas Rangers by the Yankees to acquire Alex Rodriguez before the 2004 season. Rangers went with Joaqun Raias.
Is Robinson Canó Married?
Although Robinson is said to be single, he is said to be the father of a young kid with his girlfriend, whom he has not married.
Who Is Robinson Canó Wife?
He likes to keep his personal life private, thus there is no word on whether or not he is married.