Robinson Cano Tears Hamstring, What's Next? - Pro Sports Fandom
When the New York Mets took down the Pittsburgh Pirates 13-2 on Sunday afternoon on the road, it came at a hefty price. Second baseman Robinson Cano would leave the game with a hamstring injury as he rounded for second base. Cano got an MRI on Monday and it revealed he has a torn hamstring. He is most likely done for the season. It appeared as if Robinson Cano was turning the corner after a slow first-half. He is 36 years old and has four years remaining on his contract. New York acquired him in a trade along with close Edwin Diaz, from the Seattle Mariners this past offseason. That trade has not been looking good for General Manager Brodie Van Wagenen. Cano played in 86 games this season and his batting average was .252 with 10 home runs and 32 RBI’s. Robinson Cano’s on-base percentage was .295. With that in mind, what are some potential options for the Mets at second base the rest of the way? New York could move Jeff McNeil from the outfielder and have him play second base. Adneiy Hechavarria could also be another option for second base. Luis Guillorme is starting at second base [...]