Cano left the Bronx Bombers during the offseason for a 10-year, $240 million deal with the Mariners and that has drawn some anger from fans of his old team.
However, Cano played on those angers with some help from Jimmy Fallon, who posted a picture of Cano on the street and naturally fans didn't take too kindly to that sight and booed the picture of their former second baseman.
The real surprise happens when Cano steps out from behind the picture and fans completely change their attitude once the man actually steps into their line of sight.
After all, it's always easier to boo someone when they're not around and this certainly proves that point.
Love him, hate him or even if you are totally indifferent, the reactions of these fans alone when Cano shows his face are priceless.
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