The New York Mets will be without Robinson Cano for the 2021 MLB season.
On Wednesday, November 18, it was announced that the infielder has tested positive for a performance-enhancing drug for the second time. Because of his positive test, Cano will miss 162 games and forfeit his $24 million salary.
The 38-year-old tested positive for the drug stanozolol.
Cano previously missed 80 games in 2018 after testing positive for a diuretic, according to ESPN.com.