Deesha Thosar: How Mets should spend money saved from Robinson Cano's steroid suspension

Robinson Cano, batting second as DH, led off the top of the fifth inning against the Nationals on Sept. 27 in the Mets’ final game of the 2020 season. He popped out to shortstop on the first pitch from right-hander Austin Voth to end an 0-for-3 day at the plate.Last week, new owner Steve Cohen and team president Sandy Alderson considered that may have been Cano’s final at-bat as a Met. Their immediate interest, though, was the $20 million Cano freed up for the 2021 season when he failed a drug test for a steroid. (Cano is owed $24 million annually with the Mariners covering roughly $4 million….

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