Robinson Cano’s PED bust ruins his rep – and leaves Mariners with soiled, $24 million star


Seattle Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano broke a bone in his right hand after being hit by a pitch during Sunday’s game.

Goodbye, reputation.

Goodbye, Hall of Fame.

Goodbye, playoffs.

All of that sympathy toward Seattle Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano when he broke his hand Sunday turned to disgust less than 72 hours later.

Cano violated Major League Baseball’s drug testing policy and on Tuesday was suspended for 80 games.

Cano called it a careless mistake, saying he was taking a diuretic called furosemide for a medical condition he declined to reveal, insisting it was not a performance-enhancing drug.


“This substance was given to me by a licensed doctor in the Dominican Republic to treat a medical ailment,’’ Cano said in a statement released by the Major League Players Association. “While I did

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