Bronx prepares to boo Cano, but New Yorkers end up sucking up

Robinson Cano played for New York from 2005-13, hitting .309 with 204 homers and 822 RBI.

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Think Robinson Cano will get booed in Yankee Stadium?

The five-time All-Star will soon find out as his new team, the Seattle Mariners, visits his former team, the New York Yankees, on Tuesday for the start of a three-game series.

Cano played nine seasons for the Yankees before signing a $240 million, 10-year deal with the Mariners this past offseason. New York actually offered Cano more money per year, just for three less years: $175 million for seven years.

 “I didn’t feel respect (from the Yankees),” Cano said after taking his talents to the Great Northwest, the New York Post reported in December.

Credit "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" to come up with this great video bit starring Cano on Monday night’s episode. The Mariners were in town a day early and had the day off.

It’s tough to decide which unsuspecting fan is funnier — you be the judge — but it’s a riot how they all do 180’s. We just wish one of them would have stayed the course and said, "You still suck."