Robinson Canó makes an out at second in a July 27 game. Jul 27, 2022; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; Atlanta Braves second baseman Robinson Cano (22) holds the ball after forcing out Philadelphia Phillies first baseman Darick Hall (25) in the eighth inning at Citizens Bank Park. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Ross-USA TODAY Sports

It has been a whirlwind of a season for eight-time All-Star Robinson Canó, who saw himself on his third team with the Atlanta Braves after being designated for assignment by both the New York Mets and San Diego Padres already this year.

Unfortunately for Canó, he will yet again be looking for a new home following the Braves’ decision to designate him for assignment on Monday.

The team decided to do so after the Braves traded with the Washington Nationals for veteran infielder Ehire Adrianza on Monday, who will ultimately be taking Canó’s infield depth position on the roster.

Canó has been far from impressive thus far this season, totaling a .150 batting average with one home run in 104 plate appearances this year. He is currently in his 17th MLB season, and it seems like his future at the MLB level may be hanging on by a thread after now being designated for assignment for the third time this season.

Many across the MLB world who have been fans of Canó are hoping that he is able to at least stick on another MLB roster for the rest of the season, but aren’t exactly optimistic of that being a real possibility.

The Braves were seemingly a great spot for Canó after star second baseman Ozzie Albies fractured his foot back in June. But Canó just clearly doesn’t seem to have too much left in the tank, if this season is any indication.

He was once a great player, but it might be time for Canó to call it quits after his third landing spot this year didn’t work out.

[Atlanta Braves; photo from Kyle Ross/USA Today Sports]

About Reice Shipley

Reice Shipley is a staff writer for Comeback Media that graduated from Ithaca College with a degree in Sports Media. He previously worked at Barrett Sports Media and is a fan of all things Syracuse sports.