Robinson Cano is out of a task once more.
On Monday, the Atlanta Braves finished an exchange to get infielder Ehire Adrianza from the Washington Nationals in return for outfielder Trey Harris. In a going with move, they assigned Cano for task.
This is currently the third group Cano has been chopped out from in 2022. The Mets assigned him for task in May when the programs were contracted to 26 men. The Padres then marked him and rapidly optioned him to Triple-A preceding exchanging him to the Braves. Presently, he is by and by set out toward free office, assuming he clears waivers. This time, there probably won’t be anybody to get him.
Cano is batting a consolidated .150 this year with one grand slam and four RBIs. In 12 games with the Padres, his normal was .091 and with the Braves he created a – .4 WAR in nine games. Indeed, even the Gold Glove protection he was once referred to for has all the earmarks of being blurring also.