"He makes the game look so easy. ... Now, we're not going to be able to see him that much, thank God. He's going to the West Coast. Wishing him the best. He's a good friend of mine, and like I said, well deserved."
The 31-year-old Cano is a career .309 hitter with 204 home runs and 822 RBIs in nine seasons with the Yankees. He is also one of the top defensive second basemen in the American League and has proved to be durable, playing in a minimum of 159 regular-season games the past seven years. In the past four seasons, Cano finished among the top six in the AL MVP voting.
Cano played in 160 games and batted .314 with 27 home runs and 107 RBIs this year.