Seattle Mariners star second baseman, Robinson Cano has been suspended 80 games for violating Major League Baseball's drug policy on Tuesday. This suspension comes days after Cano suffered a fractured right hand in a game against the Detroit Tigers.
Cano has been in the MLB for 13 years and has amassed 305 home runs, 1206 RBI's and 2,417 hits during his career. The Mariner's released an official statement Tuesday regarding Cano's suspension:
We have issued the following statement on today’s announcement by Major League Baseball that second baseman Robinson Canó has been suspended for 80 games for a violation of the Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program: pic.twitter.com/VNEPgahIRS