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Robinson Cano: Time to Panic About Superstar’s Regression at the Plate?

the first five games of 2012, New York Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano's batting average sat at .304. It seemed that he was poised for yet another All-Star season.

Oh what a difference a month makes.

Six games into May and Cano;s average has plummeted to a mediocre .261. Even more disturbing is the fact that since that fifth game, Cano has had only seven extra-base hits in 23 games. Adding salt to the wounds, he has had at least one strikeout in eight of his last nine contests.

He began the year hitting third in the New York Yankees order, but because of his anemic production, manager Joe Girardi has moved him to the fifth spot. At the rate he's going, he'll be hitting ninth in another month.

Is it time to panic over ...

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