The Seattle Mariners are afraid that their star, Robinson Canó, may be out for a long time after he was hit by a pitch on his right hand by an 88 miles per hour ball threw by Detroit Tigers' pitcher Blaine Hardy. After that, Canó was not able to continue and was replaced by Andrew Romine.
Ironically, Seattle's manager Scott Servais was planning to rest Canó for the day, but he decided to play him against the Detroit Tigers; decision that ultimately caused him to suffer this injury.
Through their social media, the Mariners announced that Canó suffered a fracture on his fifth metacarpal on his right hand. However, it is unknown how much time he will be on the sidelines, as the Dominican player is a key part of the good season that the Mariners are having so far, as he's hitting for .287 with 4 home runs and 23 runs batted in.