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Is This His Year Or Is It Just Robby's Month

ANAHEIM, CA - APRIL 25:  Robinson Cano #24 of the New York Yankees celebrates with teamates after hitting a home run against the Los Angeles Angels of Aneheim  on April 25, 2010 in Anaheim, California.  (Photo by Jacob de Golish/Getty Images)
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Casey KrouseContributor IApril 30, 2010

We all know that when Robinson Cano plays to his full ability he is the best second basemen in all of Baseball.

Robby has really been a great second basemen, but there has always been a few things standing in his way from the best of all time.

Number one, last year being a prime example, he would always swing at the first pitch no matter how bad it was.

The other thing being that after he doesn't have a good at bat because of that, he lets it affect him in the field.

Well so far this year he has changed it. Because of that he has the highest batting average for the month of April in Yankees history. That has to be an honor. I also think he found out what he was doing wrong, because he has been very patient when he needs to be, and he doesn't let a bad at bat effect him in the field.

Sure the Rays are the best right now, but they better look out if he keeps playing like this. Last night he scored three runs by himself. Two on two solo home runs and one on a double that led to a Marcus Thames RBI double. That's really good even for the MLB.

I think that hhe will keep it up and be the american league MVP and batting champ.

                        SO WATCH OUT BECAUSE HERE COMES ROBBY!

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