Seems like a long time ago we were celebrating the greatness of Robinson Cano. When he was with the Yankees, he was clearly the second best baseball player in all of baseball and people started talking and even expecting a Hall of Fame career for him.. His early years in Seattle went well, although he wasn’t as good as the Yankees’ days. However, he posted a trilogy from an All-Star appearance in Seattle and everything was fine until he got suspended 80 matches to test positive for a banned diuretic and then traded it with Mets in the deal that also sent Edwin Diaz to New York to Jared Kellink, Justin Dunn and others..
BREAK: Robinson Cano, captain of the New York Mets II, has proven positive for a performance-improving drug that will be suspended throughout the entire 2021 season, according to sources familiar with the situation said ESPN. He would lose his salary of $ 24 million. The news story will soon be featured on ESPN.
As of this writing, it is not known what substance Kanu has proven positive, but given that this is the second positive test, he will miss the entire 2021 season and take good beats in his portfolio as a result.. Given his slope at the board and now with that comment, one wonders if he will ever play the Mets costume again. He’s on contract until the 2023 season, but the Mets and their new ownership are unlikely to be willing to wait for him to come back and hope to be fixed and also play at a high level..
For the Mets, there’s a real chance that this will help them on the field in 2021 as Cano has been so clear on the downhill and now the team can see themselves as players for a guy like DJ LeMahieu. It’s never a good idea to lose a player for one season, but the withdrawal of $ 24 million from the 2021 books definitely creates some opportunities.
As for Kano, his legacy may be stained forever. While his lack of production and previous positive testing of a banned diuretic had already hampered his Hall of Fame status, now there’s no chance he will head to Cooperstown. Moreover, his career in the major leagues is an open question and we will not be able to answer it until more details are known and until we see what he looks like before the 2022 season.. At 38 years old. . . . Well, the clock is ticking.
Robinson Canó, New York Mets, New York Yankees, Seattle Mariners, 2021
EbeneMagazine – US – Positive Robinson Cano tests for PEDs will be suspended for the entire 2021 season, according to the report