New Mets star Robinson Cano recently earned the praise of manager Mickey Callaway, who said Cano's approach at the plate will help the younger players on the team.
Cano sat down with SNY's Steve Gelbs to elaborate on how the veteran second baseman can mentor the youngsters.
"I would say that approach is paying attention to details," Cano said. "It's not just go out and I'm going to swing and 'this is the pitch I want.' It's more about going about your business. Who's pitching? Who are you facing? Also, the situation of the game's going to detail how you're going to think, how you're going to approach that at-bat."
Cano also talked about what he likes about the current Mets roster.
"I like the young talent," Cano said, "and also the mindset of the GM and the organization of winning. And I love to play this game to win. A lot of people think it's money, but for me it's more than a job. Because I want to go out and be able to win and compete. But at the end of the season you'll be able to celebrate and pop the champagne."