The second baseman of the Mets from New York, Robinson Cano will be suspended for the season 2021 after giving positive a forbidden substances that improve performance in MLB.
It is the second time in the career of Cannon fall positive to this kind of substances that improve performance, since in 2018 when he belonged to the Seattle Mariners he lost 80 games of the Big leagues.
After being his second positive, automatically throws the suspension out of 162 games, under the joint drug agreement between Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association.
The Dominican will lose a salary of Big leagues with the Mets of $ 24 million and from this moment the new owner Steve Cohen must find a replacement for the infielder in the MLB.
The information was released by ESPN journalist Jeff Passan through his Twitter account. Undoubtedly, this information will put the New York City Board of Directors to run for the 2021 season of the Big leagues.
BREAKING: New York Mets second baseman Robinson Cano has tested positive for a performance-enhancing drug and will be suspended for the entire 2021 season, sources familiar with the situation tell ESPN. He will forfeit a $24 million salary. News story will be up soon at ESPN.
– Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) November 18, 2020
Here the statement from MLB behind the positive of drugs Robinson Cano:
Official release on the Robinson Canó suspension: pic.twitter.com/0OyXam0BeY
– Nick Stellini (@StelliniTweets) November 18, 2020