In the first season with the Mets.
His torn left hamstring, which was initially, put his season in jeopardy, has healed faster than most expected. Now the veteran second baseman t
At the plate, and expects to rezoin with the Cyclones on Labor Day.
“That's the plan for now,” Cano said. “I feel good today, hopefully it feels good. To the team to win. ”
When Cano first t But he has recently completed. T
Singo singled and doubled in four at-bats, scoring and driving in another. Cano go to find his rhythm. He lined a double into the left-field single to center field. He was pulled for a pinch-runner, ending his evening.
The bases. T His left leg, either. Cano didn't get much work in the field. A put
“Running I feel 100 percent,” he said. “I haven't done anything again”.
The 36-year-old Cano had struggled in his first season in the midst of the underwhelming. Games – he tore his hamstring, pulling up lame after singling in the rout of the Pirates on Aug. 4.
Yet, he could be back a month later.
“And giving everything I got.” T
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