San Diego Robinson Cano to be released
San Diego Padres clean up veteran infielder Robinson Cano (40).
Major League Baseball columnist Robert Murray said on the 2nd (Korea Standard Time) that there are rumors that the relationship between Kano and Padres will end.
On the same day, New York Post columnist John Hain also shared the same story. According to this, the Padres club will ask Kano to demote using a minor option, and if the player refuses to do so, he will come to the FA market
Cano, who was released from the New York Mets on May 9, signed a contract with the Padres five days later and joined the team 토토추천
He played 11 games in a padded dress uniform, but he showed sluggish performance with three hits in 32 at-bats ( batting average of 0.094), one RBI, one walk, and 10 strikeouts. In the end, it seems to be clearing up the relationship.
In his ninth season of a 10-year, $240 million contract with the Seattle Mariners, Cano played 23 games with the Mets and San Diego teams, batting 0.151 on-base percentage 0.184 slugging percentage 0.192.
Kano, who has won eight All-Star titles, two Gold Gloves, five Silver Sluggers, and one World Series title, has shown only humble appearances recently. Last year, he was caught taking banned substances and lost the entire season