NEW YORK — Mets second baseman Robinson Cano was despatched for an MRI after straining his left quad working to first base Wednesday towards the Washington Nationals.
Cano, 36, ran laborious to first after hitting a chopper to second off Nationals starter Max Scherzer within the third inning, however he pulled up brief about three-quarters of the best way down the road.
Supervisor Mickey Callaway went to verify on him in between innings, and Cano exited with what the crew mentioned was tightness in his left quadriceps.
Twice final weekend, Cano did not run out grounders towards the Marlins in Miami, each of them leading to double performs.
Callaway, who had defended Cano after Sunday’s recreation, on Monday known as it “unacceptable” and mentioned it was one of many causes Cano was not within the lineup Monday night time.
Cano is batting .241 with three homers and 13 RBIs. The eight-time All-Star was acquired by New York from the Seattle Mariners in December.
Adeiny Hechavarria got here on within the fourth inning to interchange him at second. The Mets rallied to beat the Nationals 6-1.
The Related Press contributed to this report.