Simply because the Mets are gaining floor within the NL wild-card race, they’ve misplaced Robinson Cano.
The Mets second baseman injured his hamstring Sunday versus the Pirates and should bear additional analysis.
Based on a report from ESPN, Cano is scheduled for an MRI earlier than the staff opens a doubleheader in opposition to the Marlins on Monday.
“We don’t know what it is yet. We just are going to get it checked out tomorrow,” Cano mentioned. “We will see what happens.”
Cano limped off the diamond through the Mets’ 13-2 rout of the Pirates. He pulled up as he was midway between first and second base within the fourth inning. Cano was unable to get again to first and was tagged out on what may have been his third double of the sport. At the moment, New York already had an 8-Zero lead over Pittsburgh.
“Once I feel something, I just stop,” Cano added. “I don’t want to keep running and whatever it is, make it worse.”
Cano was three for three on the plate with an RBI and two runs scored.
New York is now inside one recreation of .500 for the primary time since mid-June they usually’re three video games out of the second wild-card place.