Robinson Cano's Yankees friends react to 'shocking' suspension

Robinson Cano's Yankees friends react to 'shocking' suspension

"Recently I learned that I tested positive for a substance called furosemide, which is not a performance enhancing substance", he said. Sold under the brand name. It is on the World Anti-Doping Agency's list of banned substances.

After Martin made that determination, the union filed a grievance last month.

So Cano will now most likely sit with his old Yankees teammate and mentor, Alex Rodriguez, on the Hall of Fame sidelines someday, barring a shift in attitude of voters, who have so far denied entry to Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and others tied to performance-enhancing drugs.

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He's been to eight All-Star games, six of them while in pinstripes. No, no, no, no. Ryan Braun was a drug cheat.

The suspension was announced two days after the first significant injury during Cano's tenure in Seattle.

Cano suffered a fractured fifth metacarpal in his right hand when he was struck by a pitch from Detroit's Blaine Hardy on Sunday. Cano was examined Tuesday in Philadelphia by Dr Randall Culp and is expected to have surgery on the injury on Wednesday. Before breaking his hand, Cano hadn't missed a game this season, and he hasn't played in fewer than 150 games in any of the past 11 seasons. Also, should Seattle actually make it to the postseason (which would end the longest current playoff drought in baseball) Cano would not be eligible to participate. He is making $24 million this season, so the expected almost 50 percent of his 2018 pay is now going away with the suspension. But now, he's not going to be playing for a while anyway. He was batting.287 with four home runs and 23 RBIs this year.

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