Braves Acquire Robinson Cano

Braves are wanting to add Cano to the list today ahead of time off their series against Cano's previous Mets colleagues.

The Braves have procured infielder Robinson Cano from the Padres for cash contemplations, Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.

In the wake of being delivered by the Mets in May, Cano marked a major association manage the Padres before long, however was then delivered again after he turned down the group's.

Cano's veteran status gave him the option to select into free organization, yet subsequent to checking his choices on the open market, he re-endorsed with San Diego on a small time bargain.

Since answering to Triple-An El Paso, Cano has hit well, posting a .333/.375/.479 cut line more than 104 plate appearances.

The Braves clearly saw something they enjoyed, and will presently take Cano back to the NL East to check whether he can restore his vocation.

Atlanta is dainty on left-given hitting, and there is an opportunity at a respectable halfway point since Ozzie Albies will be out until basically mid-August while recuperating.

Quite recently Cano was still among the game's generally dreaded bats, as he posted an .896 OPS more than 182 PA for the Mets during the abbreviated 2020 season.