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CS: Robinson Cano. Robinson is an unbelievable hitter. Lefties, righties. He's got gap power, home run pop. He's definitely one of the better hitters in our lineup.
DP: How many of Derek Jeter's nearly 3,000 hits do you think you gave up?
CS: I didn't count, but I'm sure it's a lot. These guys hit me pretty good when I was in Cleveland.
DP: In 29 at bats, 13 hits.
CS: Yeah, that's bad.
DP: Any chance your former teammate Prince Fielder will stay in Milwaukee?
CS: I definitely don't think he's going to be there next year. Hopefully, he can stay healthy, and I just wish the best for him because he's a great kid, an unbelievable talent.
DP: When you decided to leave the Brewers, why did you go to New York and not closer to home in California?
CS: It just came down to having a chance to win every year. You can't beat that with the Yankees. You put yourself in a good position to win a championship. We were able to get that done in 2009, fell a little short last year, but we're right in position this year.
DP: The Yankees pulled you after eight innings when you were going strong on Saturday. Are you ever O.K. coming out?