Considering how many tests have revealed serious damage to Yankee body parts since the end of last season and how many games the stars have missed, the club was thrilled to hear yesterday’s X-rays on Robinson Cano’s right foot didn’t unearth a fracture. Following the Yankees’ 3-1 victory over the Rockies at Coors Field in which Cano went 2-for-4 with a homer and reached 1,500 career hits, the club’s best player went for tests on a toe he initially injured last homestand against the A’s when he fouled a ball off the foot. Cano aggravated it in the third inning yesterday when he slipped covering first base on Eric Young’s attempt at a bunt single. “The tests were negative,’’ Cano told The Post. “Everything is good.’’ The foul ball could have been part of the reason Cano entered yesterday’s game in a 5-for-27 (.185) funk. “I was chasing everything and that’s not what you want to be doing,’’ Cano said.