How much money has Robinson Canó made in his career?  New player of the Mexican Baseball League – La Opinión

How much money has Robinson Canó made in his career? New player of the Mexican Baseball League – La Opinión


Robinson Canó is very far from retiring from the world of professional baseball, and although his chances of returning to the Major Leagues are not so highly valued due to the poor performance he had in his last years with organizations such as the New York Mets, San Diego Padres and the Atlanta Braves, the player born in the Dominican Republic may not have any need to return for economic issues.

Canó was active for a total of 17 seasons in Major League Baseball where he stood out as one of the best players. of his position (second base), as well as having been a commercial star, a combination that allowed him to sign one of the most million-dollar agreements in recent times; $240 million dollars for a total of 10 seasons defending the colors of the Seattle Mariners organization.

However, the aforementioned contract is not definitive regarding all the money that the Dominican Robinson Canó was able to accumulate. in his almost 20 years of playing in the Major Leagues, since he was also part of the legendary New York Yankees team where he earned a lot of money in his first years in the big tent and also accumulated profits being part of the New York Mets , San Diego Padres and Atlanta Braves, in what was the last stage in the MLB.

Losses as a result of suspensions

Canó saw he lost many games in the Major Leagues due to having been found positive in anti-doping tests.which caused him to miss a total of 80 games in the 2018 season and later a full year in 2021, both suspensions without collecting a single dollar of his salary.

How much money has Robinson Canó earned in his career?

According to the information from Spotrac magazine, Canó has generated a total of $252,057,791 million net dollars:

Yankees: $58,021,800 (7 years)
Sailors: $123,666,328 (5 years)
Mets: $70,208,128 (2 years)
Parents: 80,769 (1 year)
Braves: 80,766 (1 year)

Due to the suspension, 2021 saw it lose $24 million dollars, while in 2018 it lost another $10 million.being a total of 34 million dollars for his problems with positive results for prohibited substances in the MLB.

New challenge in Mexico

At 41 years old, Robinson Canó is not ready to leave baseball and that is why he recently signed his signature with the Diablos Rojos del México of the Mexican Baseball League to face the 2024 season.

Canó, who has just hit .357/.400/.536 with a home run in the 2024 Caribbean Series, representing the Dominican Republic He played 17 Major League seasons from 2005 to 2022 and was able to accumulate exemplary numbers of 335 home runs with 1,306 runs batted in and an OPS of .839 with the Yankees, Mariners, Mets, Padres and Braves.

The Dominican second baseman is second on the all-time list among Major League second basemen in home runs and fourth in RBIs, as well as fourth in doubles (572) and tenth in hits (2,639). Canó was selected to a total of eight All-Star Games, established himself by winning five Silver Bats and was part of the last edition of the Yankees to win the World Series, in the 2009 season.

In his last appearance in the Majors two years ago, Canó hit .150/.183/.190 with a home run in combined numbers while having stints with the Mets, Padres and Braves.

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