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Robinson Cano needed a little dugout R&R after scoring from first on a double

With the Mariners down by one in the bottom of the 11th against the Angels on Saturday night, Robinson Canó stood on first base as the potential tying run. He knew that he needed to score on any extra-base hit -- and sure enough, as Kyle Seager drilled a ball into the gap in right-center, Cano got on his horse.
But, well, the second baseman is 35 now, and his body doesn't quite bounce back the way it used to. So, after coming around to tie the game, he got some much-needed pampering from his teammates:

Luckily for Cano, his work was done for the night: Seattle scratched across another run in the 11th to win a truly wild game.