Robinson Cano Suspended 80 Games by MLB After a Positive Drug Test
Robinson Cano, Dominic baseball player of Seattle Mariner was suspended 80 games because of a positive drug test.
Robinson Cano, the star player of Seattle Mariners, one of the team of Major League Baseball (MLB) was suspended 80 games because of a positive drug test. The Seattle Mariners Club made a statement about it and said: “In the Dominican Republic, the 35-year-old Cano, who was found taking a banned substance “furosemid”, was suspended 80 games”.
Robinson Cano said he had to accept the punishment. And claimed he did not know he had taken a medication that was banned. Cano had signed a 10-year contract with the Mariners team for $ 240 million in December 2013. Experienced baseball player who has been selected All-Star 8 times and has scored 305 home runs in his career became champion with Yankees in New York in 2009.
Cano made a statement and said:” I have devoted my life to baseball for 15 years. I tried to play baseball very well. Because I love it, because baseball has always been a privileged and proud sport for me. Along with all my achievements, I have played the game according to the rules for many years. For this reason, I never thought of cheating. I have been tested dozens of drug tests more than 10 years. None of these drug tests were positive.