Major League Baseball has cast a wide net in its investigation of the Biogenesis clinic, but it appears that net is only going to ensnare one big-name Yankee.
While Alex Rodriguez is among the 20 MLB players who are reportedly being targeted for suspensions due to their connection to the Biogenesis clinic in Miami, which is accused of distributing performance-enhancing drugs, Robinson Cano is not part of the probe, John Harper of the New York Daily News reports.
“There has been no indication from MLB that Robinson Cano is in danger of being suspended,” Harper reports a Yankees source as saying.
Cano was first linked to Biogenesis when the name of a spokeswoman for his foundation was said to have appeared on one of the lists from the clinic. Cano denied any involvement shortly after.