Sunday, March 18, 2012

Cano Leaves Game After Being Hit on Hand With Pitch (Updated - X-Rays Negative))

(Update 11:45 PM)!/MarcCarig/status/181565748429332482

From Bryan Hoch:
Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano left Sunday's Grapefruit League exhibition against the Orioles after being hit on the left hand by a pitch.

Cano was batting in the sixth inning at Ed Smith Stadium against Baltimore left-hander Troy Patton when he swung at a pitch that clipped his hand, a sequence that was ruled a strikeout by first-base umpire Tim Welke.

Cano doubled over in apparent pain and was immediately seen on the field by head athletic trainer Steve Donohue, who helped the slugger into the third-base dugout.
More updates as they come... Cross your fingers.

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