Robinson CanoNew York Mets has been left with a huge question mark about the status of this player. After a year-long suspension for failing a PED test, he is now back and will likely be in the lineup more often than usual. But, given his age and that time, it is reasonable to wonder whether he will actually produce on the diamond.
Cano is certain to continue producing in his hometown. He made a substantial investment in a recycling business to provide for his community as well as the environment.
Robinson Cano made a more than 16 million dollar investment in East Recycling SRL. The company is a solid waste recycling facility in his hometown of San Pedro de Macoris. It will generate more than 800 jobs. pic.twitter.com/ri4KNvOhOz
— Héctor Gómez (@hgomez27) February 6, 2022
Robinson Cano, New York Mets second baseman, making a difference
Cano will soon be disregarded by a large portion of baseball fans. He was suspended twice after failing PED test, which has put his achievements and contract in question. He will always be tainted, no matter what he does with the diamond.
Cano is proving that he is more than just a diamond cutter. Cano has made a remarkable contribution to help his community in a significant manner by investing in a business that will provide for literally hundreds more of his fellow citizens.
Their lives will be affected by the impact. Cano is also making an investment in a recycling business to help the planet. By cleaning up the environment, he can make an impact upon everyone’s future.
He will still be viewed as a baseball player, but this investment is not going to change his perception. If he performs well, his production on the diamond is likely to be viewed skeptically. Cano is making an impact, regardless of the outcome.
There may be some questions about Robinson Cano’s ability or inability to make a difference at the New York Mets. There is no doubt that he is doing this off the diamond.