New York Mets next baseman Robinson Cano endured a groin damage in the course of Monday’s win in excess of the Atlanta Braves.
The New York Mets have dealt with a number of overall health-related setbacks in what is been a disappointing period thus far, together with just one that involved their current best hitter on Monday.
Throughout an eventual seven-2 victory in excess of the Atlanta Braves, Robinson Cano ended up suffering a groin damage in the fourth inning though rounding third foundation. He afterwards found himself on the 10-working day wounded listing, but according to Anthony DiComo of mlb.com, the veteran next baseman is hoping to return when very first eligible (Friday, Aug. 14).
DiComo moreover studies that Cano is going through entire-body strengthening workouts and will resume baseball routines possibly this coming weekend or following week.
“I by no means use the phrase disheartening,” Cano claimed in regards to the damage, for every DiComo. “It’s anything that you do not want to go by means of it. You want to be in a position to go out there and…help the team to win games. But at the exact time, thank God that it was practically nothing major, that I was intelligent that I obtained out of the match.”
Brian Dozier and Luis Guillorme respectively changed Cano in the starting lineup for Tuesday’s decline and Wednesday’s win. Both equally matchups had been against the Nationals in D.C.
This damage and subsequent stint on the wounded listing appear at an really regrettable time, as Cano was getting a stellar start out to the shortened 2020 period. Through eleven games (39 plate appearances), he’s posted a .412/.462/.559 slash line with a house run and 7 RBIs.