Cano is not in the lineup Sunday against the Giants.
Cano will take a seat for the first time since the All-Star break with southpaw Connor Menez on the mound. Cano has experienced more success of late, recording at least one hit in nine of 13 starts in July. Adeiny Hechavarria will start at second base in Cano's absence and bat eighth.
Cano went 4-for-5 with a solo homer, a double and two runs scored in Sunday's 6-2 win over Miami.
Is Cano finally turning a corner in 2019? After going nearly a month without a homer, he crushed two this weekend and picked up his first four-hit game since May 7. Cano has raised his OPS from .654 to .687 since the end of June.
Cano went 1-for-4 with a two-run homer in a 4-2 victory over the Marlins on Saturday.
The veteran second baseman homered in the top of the eighth during a tied game, and the long ball gave the Mets the lead for good. It was his first homer since June 17, and his first one with a runner on base this season. Cano is batting .240 with five home runs, 20 RBI and 21 runs in 250 at-bats this season.
Cano is out of the lineup for Thursday's game against the Phillies, Tim Healey of Newsday reports.
Per Mike Puma of the New York Post, manager Mickey Callaway said that Cano's absence for the series finale is a pre-planned off day rather than the result of an injury. Since returning from the injured list June 16, Cano has appeared in 10 games and has gathered only six hits in 39 at-bats (.154 average), though five have been of the extra-base variety (four doubles, one home run).
Cano is not in Saturday's lineup against the Cubs.
Manager Mickey Callaway said it is just a planned off day for the veteran second baseman, per Matt Ehalt of Yahoo Sports. Jeff McNeil is starting at second base and leading off.
Cano is not in the lineup Wednesday against the Braves, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports.
Cano has started three straight games since returning from the injured list over the weekend, going 3-for-12 with a homer, two doubles and a 2:2 BB:K in those contests. The veteran second baseman will take a seat for Wednesday's series finale as the Mets look to ease him back into action, with Jeff McNeil starting at the keystone in his place.
Cano went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Monday's loss to Atlanta.
The veteran slugger only has two hits in two games since coming off the IL, but both have gone for extra bases, with Monday's homer being his fourth of the year. Cano's .240/.288/.385 line remains well below expectations, but if he can stay healthy, the 36-year-old still has time to put together a solid campaign.
Cano (quadriceps) was activated off the 10-day injured list Sunday and is batting fifth versus the Cardinals, Tim Healey of Newsday reports.
Cano rejoined the team from his rehab assignment Saturday, so it's no real surprise to see him in the lineup for the series finale. The drop to fifth in the batting order is the first time this season the veteran infielder hasn't batted out of the three hole. The 36-year-old will look to rebound following his poor start to the season in which he slashed .238/.284/.366 in 46 games.
Cano (quadriceps) has rejoined the Mets in New York, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports.
Cano is back after playing in three games with Triple-A Syracuse, going 4-for-10 with three doubles during his rehab assignment. He will put his injured quad to the test with on-field activity Saturday in an attempt to gain clearance to return Sunday, when first eligible. The 36-year-old has struggled this season to the tune of a .238/.284/.366 line, but there's little doubt that he will continue to play close to every day upon activation.
Cano (quadriceps) will begin a rehab assignment Tuesday, Tim Healey of Newsday reports.
Cano's quadriceps tightness doesn't appear to be particularly severe, as the Mets delayed returning him to the injured list for several days, and he won't be wasting much time getting back into game action. He'll certainly need the work, as he's played just four innings since May 22. The Mets will want to see that he's fully healthy before reactivating him this time around, but he'll have several games to prove his case, as he can't return to the roster until next Sunday.
Cano (quadriceps) returned to the 10-day injured list Sunday, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports.
Cano perhaps should still be on his previous stint on the injured list, as he re-injured his quadriceps just four innings into his first game back in action. He last played Wednesday, so the transaction can be backdated, allowing him to return as soon as next Sunday. The Mets haven't announced his expected return date, though the team did say he would have been able to pinch hit but not start Sunday, suggesting that he's not expected to miss too much more time. Tim Peterson was called up in a corresponding move.
Cano (quadriceps) will remain on the bench for the fourth straight game Sunday against the Rockies.
Cano has played just four innings over the last two and a half weeks, re-injuring his quad in his first game back from a trip to the injured list. Each game he misses makes a return to the IL more likely, though no such move has been made to this point. Adeiny Hechavarria starts at second base Sunday.
Cano (quadriceps) will be re-evaluated prior to Sunday's game against the Rockies and could be headed to the injured list if he's not cleared to play, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports.
The Mets have operated with a short bench for the last three games while Cano has remained out of the lineup, and Sunday will apparently be where the team draws the line for an IL decision. The veteran second baseman aggravated the left quad injury Wednesday in his return from the IL.
Cano (quadriceps) will sit for the third straight game Saturday.
Cano returned from the injured list for all of four innings before aggravating his quad injury. He ran on the field prior to Saturday's game and remains hopeful that he'll be able to avoid a return trip to the injured list. Jeff McNeil will handle second base again Saturday.
Cano (quadriceps) is not in the lineup for Friday's game versus the Rockies, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports.
Cano will sit out for the second straight game after aggravating his left quad injury in Wednesday's return from the injured list. According to Deesha Thosar of the New York Daily News, the veteran infielder fielded grounders Friday afternoon but apparently isn't ready to make his return to the lineup. Cano is optimistic that he'll be able to avoid another trip to the injured list, however, and he'll likely take part in the same pregame routine Saturday to determine whether he's able to play, per Mike Mazzeo of Yahoo! Sports.
Cano (quadriceps) is out of the lineup for Thursday's game against the Giants, Matt Ehalt of Yahoo Sports reports.
After a brief stint on the 10-day injured list with a left quad strain, Cano returned to action Wednesday, logging only two plate appearances before exiting after aggravating the injury. According to Deesha Thosar of the New York Daily News, Cano said after the contest that the tightness he experienced in his quad isn't "even close" to the pain he felt with the initial injury, leaving him optimistic he'll avoid a return trip to the IL. In any case, the Mets will hold Cano out of action for the day game after the night game, and it's not guaranteed that he'll re-enter the lineup at any point during New York's weekend series with Colorado either.
Cano doesn't think the aggravation of his left quad injury will send him back to the injured list, Deesha Thosar of the New York Daily News reports.
Cano said after Wednesday's game the left quad tightness is "not even close" to the same feeling as when he landed on the IL in late May. The 36-year-old will be re-evaluated Thursday to determine the next steps, but it wouldn't be surprising to see him out of the lineup for at least one game.
Cano exited Wednesday's game versus the Giants with left quadriceps tightness, Steve Gelbs of SportsNet New York reports.
Cano lasted only four innings during his return from the injured list after coming up lame while running down the line when he grounded into a double play. The severity of the issue this time around remains unclear, but given he aggravated the injury in his first game back, it wouldn't be surprising to see the veteran second baseman return to the IL.
Cano was removed from Wednesday's game against the Giants with an apparent injury, SportsNet New York reports.
Cano grounded into a double play during the third inning and limped heavily down the line, though he did stay in the game for another inning before being removed. The veteran second baseman was activated off the 10-day injured list earlier Wednesday after missing nearly two weeks with a quad injury, but it's currently unclear if he aggravated that issue or is dealing with something else. Adeiny Hechavarria took over at second base for the Mets.
Cano (quadriceps) was activated from the 10-day injured list to start Wednesday against the Giants.
Cano will wind up missing just shy of two weeks, returning one day later than previously expected. He'll bat third and start at second base for Wednesday's contest.
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