Robinson Cano out less than a week due to hamstring issue
The Seattle Mariners got good news on Robinson Cano’s hamstring injury Monday.
Cano will reportedly miss no more than two to three days with a minor hamstring issue, which should not endanger his status for the start of the regular season.
Positive news for Cano. MRI revealed no major strain. He’s out 2-3 days
— Ryan Divish (@RyanDivish) March 12, 2018
Given Cano was bothered by a quad injury last year, this is good news. Barring any unexpected setbacks, he should be back for Opening Day. That’s a relief, as the Mariners will need Cano to be healthy if they want to make a run at the playoffs this season.
Cano’s injury isn’t the only scare that has hit the Mariners this spring.