New York Mets second baseman Robinson Cano has been suspended for the entire season after testing positive for a performance enhancing drug for a second time.
We will keep you updated with more information on the fallout of Cano's suspension as we get it. He will forego the entirety of his $24-million salary.
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The suspension lasts 162 games because it is a second offense.
This is Cano's second positive test for the steroid stanozolol after receiving an 80-game ban in 2018.
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Though the Mets are no longer on the hook for Cano's 2021 salary, he's still owed $24 million in each of the following two seasons. A third offense would subject Cano to a lifetime ban from Major League Baseball. He's an eight-time All-Star and two-time Gold Glove victor.
In December of 2018, Cano was traded to the Mets, along with closer Edwin Diaz, in a deal that sent their top prospect, Jarred Kelenic, to the Mariners. The move marked a splashy debut for Brodie Van Wagenen, who weeks earlier had been hired as the Mets' new general manager after serving as Cano's agent. It was his highest batting average in a season since 2010, when he finished third in voting for the American League MVP award. After new owner Steven Cohen finalized his purchase of the Mets this month, Van Wagenen was sacked.
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