A 13-year MLB veteran, Canó spent nine seasons with the New York Yankees before signing a ten-year deal with the Seattle Mariners in 2013

In 2006, Canó led the American League in batting average, doubles, and runs batted in. In 2017, he became the third second baseman in history to have hit 300 home runs. He has also competed for his native country, Dominican Republic, in three World Baseball Classic (WBC) tournaments.


Home Runs in 13 Seasons


All-Star Appearances


Silver Slugger Awards


Gold Glove Awards

Born in San Pedro de Macorís, Dominican Republic, and based in Seattle, Washington, Canó works to give back to his hometown and local communities.

Canó founded the RC22 Foundation, serving disadvantaged youth in the Dominican Republic and working with local Seattle organizations to help impact the community in the areas of education, health, fitness and wellness.

Dollars invested in community programs from 2013-2016


Children impacted by RC22 Foundation


Communities served annually