I got home alittle later on Tuesday night, after a tough Little League loss. It was the opening night of Cano's return to the Bronx. I turned the TV on and I saw Robinson Cano approach the plate. By then, the stadium looked pretty empty. It was raining. And the boos were pretty loud, even though my TV.Mike O’Hara, one of our BYB writers was at the game. Shortly after I heard the boos, I got a text from Mike:“The boos are loud and steady even in an empty stadium.”He was correct, they were. But then I got to thinking about this whole "Cano-booing" ordeal and how the media jumps all over this stuff and looks to stir up controversy to sell papers. Then I thought back to that night in Kansas City.Robinson Cano chose his home run derby partners and he didn’t choose home town hero Billy...

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