Robinson Cano RUMORS & NEWS

  • Why was Robinson Cano suspended for furosemide?

    The Fantasy Doctors "Robinson Canó was just suspended 80 games for using furosemide. According to major-league baseball rules you cannot be suspended for using for furosemide unless It is deemed part of intent to cover up other prohibited substances. Personally I am not buying Robinson Canó excuse..." May 18

  • Did Cashman, Yankees make right decision with Robinson Cano?

    USA Today "The New York Yankees and general manager Brian Cashman had a major decision to make when five-time All-Star second baseman Robinson Cano became a free agent after the 2013 season.  Cano had just turned 31 and wanted a contract of close to 10 years. The Yankees weren't..." May 16

  • Robinson Cano to undergo surgery to repair fractured hand

    Hardball Talk "’s Mark Feinsand reports that Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano will undergo surgery on Wednesday to repair the fractured fifth metacarpal on his right hand. Cano was hit by a Blaine Hardy pitch on Sunday. Cano also received an 80-game..." May 16

  • Does Robinson Cano's 80-Game Suspension Put Surefire HOFer Resume Up in Smoke?

    Bleacher Report "Robinson Cano's path may still lead him to Cooperstown in the end, but it just got a lot less direct. With eight All-Star appearances and a laundry list of statistical feats under his proverbial belt, the Seattle Mariners' veteran second baseman entered Tuesday as a..." May 15

  • Cano suspended 80 games for violating MLB’s joint drug agreement

    New York Daily News "Robbie Cano, say it ain't so. Robinson Cano, the Mariners second baseman and former Yankees star, is expected to be suspended 80 games by Major League Baseball for violating its joint drug agreement, The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal confirmed Tuesday. Hector Gomez,..." May 15

  • Mariners' replacement for Robinson Cano? A journeyman infielder selected from Triple-A Tacoma

    Tacoma News Tribune "Welcome back to the big leagues, Gordon Beckham. Who? The Seattle Mariners selected the veteran infielder from Triple-A Tacoma on Monday to take the place of star second baseman Robinson Cano, who was officially placed on the 10-day disabled list with a fractured bone in his..." May 14

  • Robinson Cano leaves game after HBP on hand

    ESPN "Seattle Mariners star second baseman Robinson Cano left Sunday's game against the Detroit Tigers after being hit by a pitch on his right hand. Cano suffered the injury in the third inning, when he was plunked by an 88 mph fastball by Tigers left-hander Blaine Hardy. After a brief examination by..." May 13

  • Robinson Cano slugs 100th home run for Mariners

    Hardball Talk "Just over four years ago, Robinson Cano belted a three-RBI home run off of Rangers right-hander Tanner Scheppers. The Mariners eventually lost the game by a score of 8-6, but the moment held some significance for their second baseman: It was his first home run since he inked a massive 10-year,..." April 29

  • What if Robinson Cano never left the Yankees?

    New York Post "In an alternate universe, the Yankees bend and Robinson Cano bends and maybe — just maybe — they meet in the middle of the 10 years he was demanding and the seven years the team was willing to consider, and rather than leave, he stays after the 2013 season. The Yankees then don’t sign Jacoby..." March 14

  • Mariners get some good news: Robinson Cano’s hamstring issue won’t keep him out long

    Seattle Times "It hasn’t happened often over the past few seasons, but the Mariners finally received positive news following a preliminary injury diagnosis and the subsequent tests that followed. After exiting in the second inning of Sunday’s Cactus League game with left hamstring tightness, Robinson Cano..." March 13

  • Robinson Cano getting an MRI for his hamstring

    Hardball Talk "Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano will undergo a precautionary MRI on his left hamstring. Cano was pulled from yesterday’s game with left hamstring tightness. " March 12

  • Cano leaves early due to hamstring tightness "Robinson Cano was removed from the Mariners game against the Reds in the top of the second inning on Sunday due to tightness in his left hamstring. Cano was on defense with one out in the inning when he motioned to the bench and walked off the field with head trainer Rob Nodine while holding..." March 11