In 2013 Robinson Cano found himself in a similar situation that Francisco Lindor and the Mets are in right now. Derek Jeter was out for most of the season, A-Rod, Mark Teixeira and Curtis Granderson all missed significant time and Cano found himself with a cast of characters that resembled what the Mets have right now. The biggest difference? The fact that Cano had a really impressive season which Lindor is struggling to get to at this point. Let's not forget that Cano is still a member of the Mets albeit suspended. He is still technically a teammate of Francisco Lindor so why not give him a call and see the right approach to the current predicament but also pick his brain on playing in the Big Apple.

Ken Davidoff has more to say in the interview above and also addressed a few other hot topics in MLB:

  • The Yankees rotation has been incredible and the are enjoying this peak. There are so many peaks and valleys of a baseball season but if they can get to October with Cole-Kluber-German and one other the way they look right now, optimism should be surrounding this team.
  • In terms of the no-hitters, Ken thinks there is a clear correlation to make with how hitting is in baseball and the preponderance of no-hitters. He thinks MLB should be proactive in making hitting better and they have been.
  • Ken also takes the 3-0 pitch if his manager gives him a take sign but acknowledges the fascinating debate from the fallout of the Yermin Mercedes HR.