Robinson Cano said he was not aware the spokesperson for his charitable foundation reportedly was on the client list at Biogenesis, the shuttered South Florida anti-aging clinic at the center of an MLB investigation into alleged distribution of performance-enhancing drugs among players such as Alex Rodriguez.

Cano said Sonia Cruz remained the spokesperson for the RC24 Foundation and he did not need to do any further vetting on his own.

"It doesn’t have anything to do with me," Cano said prior to Monday’s game. According to an ESPN report, MLB is looking into the matter.

ESPN reported Monday that Cruz was on a client roster of Biogenesis last summer but she denied receiving anything from the clinic, and that Cano "definitely never did" receive anything.

Cano’s friend, ex-Yankee Melky Cabrera, was among the players linked to Biogenesis in the explosive Miami New Times report, as was current Yankee catcher Francisco Cervelli.

"I know what I’m doing and I know myself. So it does not bother me," Cano said. "I’m just going to keep playing my game to help the team win games."