How much money did Robinson Canó make with the New York Yankees?

Robinson Canó does not lose hope of playing in the MLB again after he was released from the New York Mets.

The player’s father has said that at least nine major league organizations have taken an interest in the 39-year-old veteran.

Robinson Canó was a generational player for a certain era of #Yankees fans. Even almost a decade after his departure from him, the possible end of the 2009 champion’s career is a bittersweet moment: https://t.co/I3gscRYyGy

— Pinstripe Alley (@pinstripealley) May 2, 2022

Canó has 17 seasons of service in the majors, during which time he has worn the uniform of three teams.

His debut was with the New York Yankees, the organization that signed him as a professional and with which he played in the majors from 2005 to 2013.

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The signing bonus he received on January 5, 2001 in the Dominican Republic was $150,000. He spent four years on the farms for the Yankees and finally made his MLB debut on May 3, 2005, when he came up from the minors after hitting over .300.

The total money Canó earned with the Yankees was nearly $58 million. In 2006 he received a salary of $381,000, an amount that rose to $490,800 the following year.

In 2008, the Dominican received a contract extension for four seasons and 30 million dollars. In 2012 the team exercised an option for 14 million dollars and in 2013 another for 15 million dollars, being the last year in which they were linked.

At the end of that season he declared himself a free agent and ended up signing with the Seattle Mariners.