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Jeter, Cano Named Sporting News All-Stars
By mvyb, 11.10.2006, 13:36

Yankee shortstop Derek Jeter and second baseman Robinson Cano picked up the Sporting News' All Star awards for their positions on Tuesday.
Robinson Cano batted .342 ( 3rd best in the American League) with 17 homers and 78 RBIs. Cano, in his second year in the majors, missed over a month of playing time while on the DL with a hamstring injury. But when he returned, he boosted the Yankees to their 9th consecutive division title.
Derek Jeter, the Yankee captain, batted .343 with 14 HRs, 97 RBIs, 34 stolen bases, 214 hits, and 118 runs scored. Jeter is a front-runner for this year's league MVP award.
This is the first time that either player has made the Sporting News All-Star team.
Other players on the list: David Ortiz, Justin Morneau, Jermaine Dye, Joe Mauer, and Johann Santana.
In other news: 
Looks like Randy Johnson's going to have surgery on his back sometime this month.
Randy Johnson almost certainly will have back surgery in the coming weeks to repair a herniated disk, and it's possible that he may not be ready to start spring training on time, GM Brian Cashman said yesterday.
Johnson's been worth every penny...
Giambi's also going under the knife to have a torn ligament in his wrist repaired. Surgery should take place next week, giving Giambi enough time to recover before Spring Training starts in March.
Carl Pavano is starting a new offseason throwing program as he tries to get in shape for the '07 season.
Cashman said that Carl Pavano would take part in a new offseason throwing program this winter, as the team tries to get the pitcher in shape for the 2007 season.
"Both of us agreed that there's something we have to try different in our winter program to make sure we have a healthy, productive Carl Pavano for '07," Cashman said. "Those discussions are going on."
The article goes on to say that Brian Cashman will meet with Pavano and the MLB Players Association to discuss disciplinary measures that may be taken against Pavano. Pavano failed to tell the Yankees when he broke several of his ribs in a car accident.
Our '07 rotation is taking shape.
For those who can't get enough, there's still plenty of coverage on Joe Torre and his future with the team.
Oh, and congrats to the Tigers on their big win last night!

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