MLB: Robinson Canó would play baseball in the Dominican League this year

In recent days, various reports have been suggested that Robinson Canó would play in the Professional Baseball League of the Dominican Republic (LIDOM) for the 2021-2022 Season. The Dominican would see action for the first time in the year after he did not see action with the New York Mets in the MLB due to the suspension that he had to serve for uses of illegal substances.

ESPN journalist Héctor Gómez reported that Robinson Canó would play in the Dominican Republic’s Winter League but at the moment no information has been given as to which organization he could do so with.

Cano was not part of the New York Mets in the 2021 MLB season as he was suspended for being discovered for substance use and testing positive for doping.

LIDOM is renowned for hosting several renowned major leaguers such as Gary Sánchez and Yasiel Puig during the winter, so Canó’s arrival there does not sound unlikely.

Robinson Canó will return to play in the majors with the New York Mets for the 2022 and 2023 seasons and will continue to receive his salary of $ 24 million for each year.

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