Robinson Cano is in the clear — at least for now.

Following a Major League Baseball probe into the ties between the spokeswoman for Cano’s foundation to Anthony Bosch and his Biogenesis clinic, sources told the Daily News Monday that the Yankee superstar does not appear to be linked to the clinic and that his name does not appear on MLB’s list of players who allegedly obtained performance-enhancing drugs from Bosch.

MLB has obtained some documents from Bosch’s clinic, including a list of players who obtained drugs, along with transactions, as it investigates the now-defunct South Florida clinic. Other documents are known to exist, however, meaning more information could surface as the investigation continues.

ESPN reported Monday that the spokeswoman for Cano’s foundation, Sonia Cruz, was a client of Bosch’s, and that MLB had launched an investigation to determine if Cano had links to the now-shuttered South Florida clinic. Cruz isn’t the first Cano associate linked to Bosch — Alex Rodriguez and Melky Cabrera, two of Cano’s close friends, are also on the roster of players who allegedly obtained performance-enhancing drugs from Bosch.

Cano, who has repeatedly and vehemently denied any involvement with Bosch or Biogenesis, continued to do so Monday as the Yankees prepared to play the Tampa Bay Rays.

"It doesn't have anything to do with me," Cano said, adding that he has never had any involvement of any type with Biogenesis. "I'm going to play my game. ... I didn't see what the story said but I have no comment. I'm just going to focus on the game and help this team to win games."

A source close to Cano said the player is not being investigated by MLB or the Players Association. Yankee manager Joe Girardi said he was unaware of the report and didn’t believe it would be a distraction for his second baseman, who will become a free agent after this season and is seeking a long-term deal from the Yankees.

"I hope it wouldn't be,” Girardi said. “He has had to deal with a tweet last year (inaccurately saying he had tested positive for PEDs), there's been people talking about his contract, is that a distraction? He has looked pretty good to me. I think he's pretty good at handling things. When he gets to the field I think he's all business."