Originally posted on The Other Paper  |  Last updated 2/19/13
Robinson Cano has acknowledged his close friendship with Alex Rodriguez and Melky Cabrera, but the Yankees second baseman said he doesn't know anything about Biogenesis — the anti-aging clinic that had both players' names listed in its records. Asked at the end of a press conference Monday at George M. Steinbrenner Field if he ever used performance-enhancing drugs or was anyway linked to Biogenesis, Cano didn't answer the first question and only answered the second. "I don't know where that place is at," said Cano. "The first time I heard about that was when the things came out." The "things" he speaks of are reports that Rodriguez and Cabrera were linked to PEDs through the Miami clinic's records and is now being investigated by MLB. Three reporters followed Cano out of the presser, after he didn't answer the question regarding ever using PEDs. The Yankees slugger finally answered "No" to ever using the banned substances. Since Cano is so close to Rodriguez and Cabrera, ma...
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