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Pedroia is an asset to the Red Sox, but the impression that he is a better defensive player may be because he has to rapidly churn his little legs to cover the same ground that Cano or other normal-size fielders just glide to with a few quick strides. He just looks like he's working harder.
I feel like this thread is from five years ago.
Pedroia has racked up 8 Rbaser since 2010. Cano is 1 above average. Fangraphs gives Pedroia 2.6 runs above average since 2010, Cano 4.6. Average those numbers and Pedroia is five runs ahead of Cano over 3 and 1/4 years.
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