Cano on the “Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” Monday

Cano on the “Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” Monday

File Photo: Jimmy Fallon at the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party held at Kensington Gardens - Arrivals. June, 2013. Credit: Photo: WENN

Seattle Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano is schedule to be a guest on “The Tonight Show” with Jimmy Fallon Monday. The Mariners have an off day Monday, before beginning a 3-game series against Cano’s former team, the New York Yankees in the Bronx on Tuesday.

According to the Seattle Times, Cano is also scheduled to appear on the MTV2 show “Off the Bat from the MLB Fan Cave.”

Cano played for the Bronx Bombers for 9 seasons, before signing a 240-million dollar 10-year contract with Seattle in December. Fallon took over the “Tonight Show” on NBC from Jay Leno February 17th. Fallon brought the show back to New York city from Los Angeles where the show had originated since 1972.

(KPUG Newsroom – Doug Lange)

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