Robinson Canó homered in Triple A and points to his return to the Padres

Robinson Canó continues adding shifts in the Triple A branch of the San Diego Padres and this Sunday he hit a 448-foot home run, his second in the category in 81 shifts.

The Dominican infielder has already driven in 18 runs in Triple A and his offensive line is .333/.369/.474, which could accelerate his return to the Padres’ big team, especially after the slow recovery of his compatriot Fernando Tatís Jr., who plans to return to the MLB after the All-Star Game.

Canó decided to return to San Diego to play in Triple A with the goal of adding as many at-bats as possible and getting in shape for his return to the majors.

“I love baseball. All my life I have wanted to keep learning. I just decided to move on. I need more at-bats, I haven’t had many this year. I want to keep progressing,” Canó told The San Diego Union-Tribune. “I need to keep playing, especially after a year off. I have to keep trying,” he added.

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