Looks like two strikes and you're out for MLB star Robinson Cano after the New York Mets second baseman tested positive for the performance-enhancing drug stanozolol.
"You have to be really really dumb to do what Cano did and you have to be even dumber to do it as rich as he is. He has made so much money and accomplished so much in his career to get caught again tarnishes his shot at the Hall of Fame," said Mets Beats Writer for Newsday Tim Healey.
A second positive test results in an automatic 162-game suspension, according to the joint drug agreement between Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association. Cano will forfeit his $24 million salary.
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