May 26, 2024

A former standout of the New York Yankees, Robinson Cano, renowned for his stellar performance at second base over nearly a decade, has opted to continue his baseball career in the Mexican League.

Robinson Cano dumped by his third team this year

Cano’s tenure with the Yankees saw him excel, earning numerous accolades including All-Star selections, a World Series victory, and recognition as one of the franchise’s finest second basemen. Following his departure from the Yankees in 2013, he secured a substantial contract with the Seattle Mariners, maintaining his elite status in the league. However, Cano’s career was marred by controversies surrounding performance-enhancing drugs, resulting in suspensions and ultimately leading to his departure from the MLB after the 2022 season.

Now, at 41 years old, the eight-time All-Star has decided to extend his playing career with the Diablos Rojos in the Mexican League, signaling his enduring passion for the game.

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