Cano suspension is for a diuretic, which is seen as a masking agent. suspension is treated as a PED tho.— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) May 15, 2018
Every player knows to talk to somebody with his team before taking any new medication, even if prescribed by a doctor. It's standard protocol. Robinson Cano has been in the majors since 2005. At absolute best, he's guilty of extreme negligence.— Jared Diamond (@jareddiamond) May 15, 2018
Current players with PED history such as Nelson Cruz, Bartolo Colon, Dee Gordon, Ervin Santana, etc. went on to continue their careers after serving their suspensions. Fans still love watching them. That will be the case for Robinson Cano as well.— Sung Min Kim (@sung_minkim) May 15, 2018
But for now, man it does suck.