Video: Mariners’ Robinson Cano hits fourth home run in three games

Apr 6, 2016, 2:22 PM | Updated: Apr 7, 2016, 10:19 am
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Make that four home runs in three games for Robinson Cano, who hit two more Wednesday to help the Mariners take their season-opening series against Texas.

Cano hit a two-run shot to open the scoring in the first then another one in the ninth to pad the Mariners’ lead at 9-5, which is how the game ended. You can watch both homers in the video embedded above.

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According to ESPN Stats & Information, Cano becomes the first player in franchise history to start a season with a home run in each of the first three games. Last season, it took him 71 games to hit his fourth home run, which he’s already done.

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