Robinson Cano Suspended 80 Games by Major League Baseball for Positive PED Test

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Cano tested positive for the diuretic Furosemide, which violates the MLB's Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.

The 35-year-old veteran is on the 10-day disabled list after suffering a broken bone in his right hand on a hit by pitch.

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On Tuesday, the Major League Baseball world was stunned when news broke that Seattle Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano had been suspended 80 games.

The 80-game suspension is mandatory for a first offense for PED usage.

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Canó's 80-game suspension is effective immediately.

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". Cano will now be ineligible to make the postseason roster if the Mariners go that far, no matter when his drug ban ends. Cano hadn't missed a game this season and hasn't played in fewer than 150 games in any of the past 11 seasons. Cano was hitting a healthy.287/.385/.441 with 23 RBI through 39 games before he was injured and suspended just days apart.

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As for the Mariners, they had already committed to giving Gordon Beckham a look at the keystone.

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