Robinson Cano to Receive 80-Game Suspension for Furosemide


Cano also said he was accepting MLB's suspension, calling it "the most hard decision I have ever made in my life, but ultimately the right decision given that I do not dispute that I was given this substance".

Seattle Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano was placed on the 10-day disabled list earlier this week after fracturing a bone in his hand.

The 35-year-old Cano is one of the Mariners' biggest stars, having hit 23 home runs last season after getting 39 in 2016.

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An eight-time All-Star, five-time Silver Slugger award victor, two-time Gold Glove award victor and one-time World Series champion, Cano is among the best second basemen of his era.

Cano tested positive for Furosemide, which is a diuretic - not a performance-enhancing drug - in violation of baseball's drug prevention and treatment program.

The news was initially reported by multiple reporters out of the Dominican Republic, where Robinson Cano was from.

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Cano's suspension likely won't start until he returns from injury, a timetable that is still up in the air after Cano revealed surgery is a possibility.

Unless they make a trade, the Mariners will utilize Andrew Romine and Gordon Beckham at second base until then.

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