2011 was an abberation. Is it not also 'spoiled' to retain a guy well beyond his value matrix simply to lay claim to having "the best second baseman in the game?"
Whatever "skills" Cano brings to the table are compromised by his attitude, approach and focus. That is why he will never be a Yankee legend, only a numbers-hanger who had a high ceiling.
Cano's piss poor postseason play (again, excepting last year) could be tolerable if not for the petulant, lack of hustle that accompanies it.
THIS is a player primed to be a contractuial albatross on the downward slope of his probable guarenteed years.
And trade him now.....