Robinson Cano

#24 2B / San Diego Padres / EXP: 15YRS / MINORS Height: 6-0 Weight: 212 lb Age: 39 College: None Bats/Throws -/-

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    Padres' Robinson Cano: Rejoins Padres on minor-league deal

    Robinson Cano signed a minor-league contract with the San Diego Padres on Friday.Cano elected free agency late last week after he was optioned to Triple-A El Paso, but the 39-year-old will report to the Triple-A club after rejoining the organization. He struggled at the major-league level over the first two months of the season, hitting .149 with a homer, four runs and four RBI over 24 games with the Mets and Padres. However, Cano will be a candidate to join the big-league club as a veteran presence down the stretch.

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    Robinson Cano: Officially parts ways with Padres

    Robinson Cano elected free agency after being optioned to Triple-A El Paso by the Padres on Thursday.Cano spent the past three weeks in San Diego, and he finished his time with the team in the midst of an 0-for-20 slump. The 39-year-old has played in 24 games this season between the Mets and Padres, and he has a .149/.182/.189 slash line and 27.3 percent strikeout rate, which would be the worst strikeout rate of his MLB career by over 10 percentage points. Cano may be hard pressed to receive another big-league opportunity this year if he's unwilling to take a minor-league deal.

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    Padres' Robinson Cano: Time up with Padres

    The Robinson Canon="San Diego Padres" data-type="SPORTS_OBJECT_TEAM" data-league-abbreviation="MLB" data-team-abbreviation="SD">Padres informed Cano on Wednesday he is no longer a part of the team, Annie Heilbrunn of Bally Sports San Diego reports.The 39-year-old joined San Diego in mid-May shortly after being released by the Mets, and he went 3-for-33 with 10 strikeouts during his time with the club, which includes going hitless in his final 20 at-bats. The Padres should officially announce the roster move ahead of Thursday's series opener against the Brewers, and Cano will once again be looking for a new team as he continues to struggle in 2022.

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    Padres' Robinson Cano: Filling in for resting Cronenworth

    Robinson Cano will start at second base and bat sixth in Thursday's game against the Phillies.Cano will stick in the starting nine for the third time in his first four games with the San Diego Padres, this time returning to the infield after he was most recently included in the lineup Tuesday as a designated hitter. Jake Cronenworth and Luke Voit are still expected to serve as the Padres' preferred options at second base and DH, respectively, so Cano looks like he'll be limited to a part-time role unless he hits well enough to warrant more playing time.

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    Padres' Robinson Cano: Officially joins San Diego

    Robinson Cano agreed to a major-league contract with the San Diego Padres on Friday.The 39-year-old was let go by the Mets last weekend, and his rumored deal with the Padres finally became official Friday. Cano was off to a horrible start in New York this season with a .195/.233/.268 slash line and 25.6 percent strikeout rate, but San Diego can take a low-risk flier since the Mets are still paying off the rest of his previous contract. Cano figures to see most of his opportunities at designated hitter, though Luke Voit figures to be the top option for now coming off a two-homer game Wednesday.

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    Robinson Cano: Released by Mets

    Robinson Cano was released by the Mets on Sunday, Tim Healey of Newsday reports.The 39-year-old was designated for assignment by New York on Monday, and it's not a surprise he passed through waivers unclaimed and has now been released. Cano had an .896 OPS in 2020 before sitting out the entirety of last season due to his second PED suspension, and he struggled early this year with a .195/.233/.268 slash line and 25.6 percent strikeout rate, which would be a career high by nearly 10 percentage points. The veteran slugger could still receive some interest on the open market, but he may have a hard time finding an everyday spot in any lineup.

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    Mets' Robinson Cano: Designated for assignment

    Robinson Cano was designated for assignment by the New York Mets on Monday.Cano will be one of many roster casualties around the league Monday as teams cut from 28 players down to 26. The second baseman hit an excellent .316/.352/.544 in 2020 before missing all of 2021 due to a PED suspension, but he's come nowhere close to that line in 12 games this season (.195/.233/.268). The Mets had far too many bat-first options and had no room for the 39-year-old, but it's possible he latches on elsewhere with a team that cares more about his performance over the last several seasons than the last 12 games. He'll have to be granted his outright release before moving on to another organization, however, as none of MLB's other 29 teams will be willing to put in a claim for Cano, whose contract pays him a combined $48 million between 2022 and 2023.

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    Mets' Robinson Cano: Sitting again Sunday

    Robinson Cano is not in the lineup for Sunday's game against the Phillies, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports.Cano will sit for the second straight game and for the fourth time in the past five contests. He has a .195/.233/.268 slash line and what would be a career-high 25.6 percent strikeout rate through 43 plate appearances.

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    Mets' Robinson Cano: Back on bench

    Robinson Cano will sit Saturday against the Phillies, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports.Cano has now started just half of the New York Mets' 22 games this season. The 39-year-old hasn't hit like an everyday player, slashing just .195/.233/.268. Dominic Smith will be the designated hitter Saturday.

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    Mets' Robinson Cano: Remains out of lineup

    Robinson Cano isn't starting Wednesday's game against the Cardinals.Cano has had inconsistent playing time early in 2022, and he'll be out of the lineup for the third time in the last four games. Eduardo Escobar will serve as the designated hitter while J.D. Davis starts at the hot corner.

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