|English: 1933 Goudey card of Pie Traynor of the Pittsburgh Pirates #22. PD-not-renewed. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
What you probably missed was that in 2012 Cano hit .313, only a single base hit short of a record breaking three Pi's in a row, or a "bakery window" as New Yorker baseball writer Roger Angell has whimsically described it.
Ironically, Hall of Famer and Pittsburgh ironman Harold Joseph (Pie) Traynor never "squared the circle," as baseball old-timers called it. The closest he came was in 1926 when he hit .320.