As if it wasn't troublesome enough for the Yankees that Robinson Cano couldn't flag down Chris Gimenez's go-ahead hit on Monday, the play came with an added dash of injury concern. Cano said that he felt his left hip grab as he chased Gimenez's slow roller through the right side of the infield, which gave the Rays a 4-3 eighth-inning lead that they would hold for the victory. After receiving treatment from head athletic trainer Steve Donohue, Cano said he was not sure if he will be available to play on Tuesday night. "Right when I tried to bend, my left foot just came straight up and I felt my hip," Cano said. "It will be hopefully just nothing bad. ... It's tight right now. Hopefully nothing bad or anything."
Hip pain doesn't have Cano worried
MLB.com | Sep 3