Robinson Cano shares curious video amid rumor that he wants out of Seattle, back to NY

Seattle Mariners second baseman€™ Robinson Cano saw much better days as a New York Yankee.

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Come spring, Robinson Cano will be entering the third year of a 10-year, $240 million contract he signed with the Seattle Mariners in December of 2013.

The money sure is green in Seattle but the 33-year-old second baseman has discovered the grass is not right now as his production has declined and the team’s front office has seen a major shakeup in recent months.

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On Saturday, the New York Daily News’s John Harper reported that Cano is wishing he were back in New York:

"But even if Cano has had the best intentions as a Mariner, one long-time friend who spoke to him recently says the second baseman is not happy in Seattle, especially with a new regime in charge there now, and that he’d love to somehow find his way back to New York."

Then the Mariners’ account re-tweeted it.