Last Game
Sun, Oct 2 |
ESPN
vs New York Mets (98-61)
  • Truist Park
3
Final
5

NL East Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
100-59 7-3 W3
98-61 4-6 L3
86-73 4-6 W2
67-92 6-4 W2
55-104 3-7 L2

2022 Batting

STATS AVG
Batting Average
HR
Home Runs
RBI
Runs Batted In
OPS
On-base Plus Slugging
SB
Stolen Bases
Regular Season .150 1 4 .373 0

Top Robinson Cano News

  • Robinson Cano: Officially hits free agency

    Cano elected free agency after being outrighted by Atlanta on Thursday.

    The 39-year-old was designated for assignment earlier this week, and it's hardly a surprise he'll be returning to the open market. Cano appeared in only nine games during his brief stint in Atlanta and went 4-for-26 with a double, a walk and a run. The veteran has a .373 OPS across 33 games in his three big-league stops this year, so he seems unlikely to receive a look from another team.

    ... See More ... See Less
  • Braves' Robinson Cano: Time over in Atlanta

    Atlanta designated Cano for assignment Monday.

    Cano recently lost hold of his role as Atlanta's primary second baseman, and his status as a left-handed hitter with limited defensive utility made him an ill fit in a bench role. As a result, Atlanta opted to replace him with Ehire Adrianza, who was acquired from the Nationals on Monday and is a more traditional fit for a utility role. Given that he's now been let go by three teams this season after slashing a collective .150/.183/.190 with a career-worst 24 percent strikeout rate over 104 plate appearances in the majors, the 39-year-old Cano's prolific run in the big leagues could be over.

    ... See More ... See Less
  • Braves' Robinson Cano: Remains on bench

    Cano is not in the lineup for Sunday's game against the Diamondbacks.

    The 39-year-old has started only three of eight games coming out of the All-Star break, and he's on the bench again Sunday despite Arizona sending out righty Merrill Kelly. Cano has a .154/.185/.192 slash line through nine games for Atlanta. Orlando Arcia will receive another start at the keystone and appears to be the favorite for starts going forward.

    ... See More ... See Less
  • Braves' Robinson Cano: Out again Saturday

    Cano is not in Saturday's lineup against the Diamondbacks.

    Cano sat Friday against a same-handed pitcher but will sit again Saturday with a righty on the hill. Orlando Arcia is starting at second base and hitting eighth.

    ... See More ... See Less
  • Braves' Robinson Cano: Sitting versus southpaw

    Cano is out of the lineup for Friday's game versus the Diamondbacks.

    Cano is 0-for-12 over his past five contests and will take a seat Friday with lefty Madison Bumgarner on the mound for Arizona. Orlando Arcia will start at the keystone and bat eighth in the series opener.

    ... See More ... See Less
  • Braves' Robinson Cano: Back in action

    Cano (head) is starting at second base and batting eighth Tuesday against the Phillies.

    Cano will return to the lineup after missing three consecutive games with dizziness. The 39-year-old has gone 4-for-19 with a double and run scored over 19 at-bats since joining Atlanta's active roster July 11.

    ... See More ... See Less
  • Braves' Robinson Cano: Unavailable Monday

    Cano (head) is not in the starting lineup Monday against the Phillies.

    Cano will miss a third game in a row Monday after he left Friday's contest with dizziness. Orlando Arcia will draw another start at second base and bat eighth in the series opener.

    ... See More ... See Less
  • Braves' Robinson Cano: Sitting again Sunday

    Cano (head) is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Angels.

    Cano exited Friday's contest due to dizziness and will sit out his second straight game Sunday, and it's unclear if he'll be available off the bench. Orlando Arcia will receive another start at the keystone for Atlanta.

    ... See More ... See Less
  • Braves' Robinson Cano: Not starting Saturday

    Cano (head) isn't starting Saturday against the Angels, Justin Toscano of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

    Cano was removed from Friday's game against the Angels due to dizziness and will be out of the lineup for at least one matchup. Orlando Arcia will draw the start at the keystone and bat eighth.

    ... See More ... See Less
  • Braves' Robinson Cano: Exits with dizziness

    Cano exited Friday's game against the Angels due to dizziness.

    Cano started at second base while hitting eighth but exited the game prior to getting a plate appearance. He was replaced by Orlando Arcia and should be considered day-to-day.

    ... See More ... See Less
  • Braves' Robinson Cano: On bench Friday

    Cano will sit Friday against the Nationals.

    Cano started three of the first four games after his contract was selected Monday, going 3-for-10 at the plate, but he'll sit with left-hander Patrick Corbin on the mound for Washington. Orlando Arcia will be the second baseman this time around.

    ... See More ... See Less
  • Braves' Robinson Cano: Takes seat Tuesday

    Cano is on the bench for Tuesday's game against the Mets.

    Lefty David Peterson starts for the Mets, so Cano is out of the lineup. The veteran Cano will likely get plenty of at-bats with his new team as long as he's performing, but he could often find himself on the bench against southpaw starters. Orlando Arcia gets the start at second base.

    ... See More ... See Less
  • Braves' Robinson Cano: Two hits in team debut

    Cano went 2-for-3 with a pair of base hits Monday in Atlanta's 4-1 loss to the Mets.

    After Atlanta acquired him from San Diego on Sunday, Cano quickly joined the big club and entered the starting lineup for the series opener against one of his former teams. Cano got the job done while batting out of the ninth spot and should settle in as Atlanta's primary second baseman while Ozzie Albies (foot) remains on the 60-day injured list. The righty-hitting Orlando Arcia could spell the lefty-hitting Cano at the keystone when Atlanta opposes left-handed pitchers.

    ... See More ... See Less
  • Braves' Robinson Cano: Starting Monday

    Cano is starting at second base and batting ninth Monday against the Mets.

    After being acquired via trade from the Padres on Sunday, Cano will make his debut with Atlanta on Monday against the Mets. The 39-year-old will look to continue the success he had in Triple-A before being dealt, slashing .333/.375/.479 with three long balls over 21 games with El Paso. Cano is expected to be the primary option for Atlanta at second base moving forward.

    ... See More ... See Less
  • Braves' Robinson Cano: Contract officially selected

    Atlanta selected Cano's contract from Triple-A Gwinnett on Monday.

    Cano will join Atlanta ahead of their three-game series against the Mets after he was acquired from the Padres via trade Sunday. The 39-year-old has produced a .149 average with one home run, four RBI and four runs over 74 at-bats in 24 games with the Mets and Padres this season prior to accepting a minor-league assignment with San Diego. Prior to the trade, Cano had slashed .333/.375/.479 with three home runs in 21 games at Triple-A El Paso. Per Jon Morosi of MLB Network, the lefty-hitting Cano is expected to fill the large side of a platoon at second base, with the righty-hitting Orlando Arcia entering the lineup versus left-handed pitching.

    ... See More ... See Less
  • Braves' Robinson Cano: Dealt to Atlanta

    Cano was traded from San Diego to Atlanta on Sunday in exchange for cash considerations, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports.

    Cano will join his third team of the season, as he was let go by the Mets in May before spending just under two months with the Padres. The 39-year-old appeared in 21 games at Triple-A El Paso over the last month and slashed .333/.375/.479 with three homers, 20 runs and 20 RBI. He should report to Triple-A Gwinnett to begin his time with his new organization.

    ... See More ... See Less
  • Braves' Robinson Cano: Expected to join active roster

    Cano is expected to be added to Atlanta's major-league roster as early as Monday, Jon Heyman of the New York Post reports.

    Cano was traded from San Diego to Atlanta on Sunday, and his new team apparently has plans for him in the big leagues. The 39-year-old has performed well at Triple-A El Paso recently, slashing .333/.375/.479 with three homers, 20 runs and 20 RBI. He should have the chance to compete with Orlando Arcia and Phil Gosselin for playing time at second base while Ozzie Albies (foot) remains sidelined.

    ... See More ... See Less

Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-0, 212 lbs
Birthplace: San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic
Age: 39
Experience: 15
Bats/Throws: L, R