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SNY TV May 17, 2018

Teixeira 'not surprised' about former teammate Cano's suspension

Mark Teixeira said he's "not surprised" that former teammate Robinson Cano was suspended for 80 games after testing positive for furosemide.
NorthJersey.com May 17, 2018
Robinson Cano's former Yankees teammate Mark Teixeira 'not surprised' by PED bust

Robinson Cano's former Yankees teammate Mark Teixeira 'not surprised' by PED bust

Former Yankee Mark Teixeira weighed in on Robinson Canos suspension, saying he was not shocked given Canos history.        
Mariano Rivera, Jorge Posada react to Robinson Cano suspension

Mariano Rivera, Jorge Posada react to Robinson Cano suspension

A couple of vaunted members of the Core Four were taken aback by the 80-game suspension slapped on Robinson Cano earlier this week.
Ex-Yankee Teixeira ‘not surprised’ by Robinson Cano's suspension

Ex-Yankee Teixeira ‘not surprised’ by Robinson Cano's suspension

Robinson Cano's 80-game suspension for a positive drug test was hardly a shock for at least one former teammate.
Lookout Landing May 17, 2018
Mariners Moose Tracks, 5/17/18: Nelson Cruz, Miguel Cabrera, and Michael Saunders

Mariners Moose Tracks, 5/17/18: Nelson Cruz, Miguel Cabrera, and Michael Saunders

Happy Thursday! Good morning folks! Today I take the last final of my college career (at least unless I go to grad school...or fail this final). So while I do that, here are some links for you to indulge in. In Mariners news... Well, we have some good news regarding Robinson Canó. Robinson Cano’s hand surgery went well this morning. Going on #MLBCentral now to talk cano, mariners, Miller, etc. @MLBNetwork— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) May 16, 2018 And some more good-ish injury news. Mariners feel like they dodged a bullet in terms of Nelson Cruz's sore right foot, especially since...

Rough week for Robinson Cano: First suspended, then thrown under the bus by former Yankees teammate

Robinson Cano’s career is basically over. The Mariners star will get a chance to play again when he returns from his 80-game PED-related suspension, and he likely will continue to be regarded as one of the best second basemen in the game. But the Cano who looked like a good bet for the Hall of...
Call to the Pen May 17, 2018

Seattle Mariners: Robinson Cano suspension should change MLB supplements

After Seattle Mariners Robinson Cano was suspended for a diuretic, does MLB need to take a look at how it handles player supplements? Many scoffed when Seattle Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano explained using the diuretic he was suspended for using by Major League Baseball was for a medical condition. It had been an all-too-common […] Seattle Mariners: Robinson Cano suspension should change MLB supplements - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Seattle Times May 18, 2018
Extra Innings podcast: Robinson Cano was suspended, don’t you know. What’s next for the Mariners?

Extra Innings podcast: Robinson Cano was suspended, don’t you know. What’s next for the Mariners?

The podcast focuses on the 80-game suspension of Robinson Cano and what it means to him and the Mariners going forward.
Detroit Sports Nation May 17, 2018

ON DECK: Tigers head for Seattle to play the Robinson Cano-less Mariners

How about them Motor City Kitties? Despite a 6-0 loss in the series finale against the Cleveland Indians on Wednesday, the Detroit Tigers picked up their first series win over the Tribe in six tries. Their 6-3 victory in Game 1 on Monday also snapped an 11-game slide against their American League Central division rivals. […]

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