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Cano out a day after being struck on hand

TORONTO — Star 2B Robinson Cano was out of the Yankees' lineup Wednesday night, a day after being hit by a pitch in the left hand.

Cano was struck by a pitch from Blue Jays LHP J.A. Happ in the first inning. Manager Joe Girardi said Cano still had pain and swelling.

Girardi said he hoped to have Cano in the lineup Friday night at home against the Orioles.

The Yankees also were minus INF Eduardo Nunez, who was scratched with a sore right knee.

HARVEY'S NEXT STEP: Mets ace RHP Matt Harvey, on the disabled list with a partially torn ulnar collateral ligament in his pitching elbow, will rest three weeks before having more tests to determine if he needs surgery, GM Sandy Alderson said.

JURISPRUDENCE: A federal judge in Chicago sentenced former White Sox scouting executive David Wilder, 52, to two years in prison for accepting about $440,000 in kickbacks from Latin American players the team had signed.

ATHLETICS: LHP Brett Anderson, out since April 29 with a stress fracture in his right foot, was activated and is expected to work out of the bullpen.

BRAVES: 2B Dan Uggla was activated 15 days after having corrective eye surgery.

INDIANS: OF Ryan Raburn went on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to Aug. 19 with a strained left Achilles. The former Durant standout had missed 10 of the past 11 games.

PIRATES: All-Star closer Jason Grilli pitched a simulated game and is nearing a return from a strained right forearm. … All-Star LHP Jeff Locke, who has a 6.18 second-half ERA, was optioned to Double-A Altoona.

Cano out a day after being struck on hand 08/28/13 [Last modified: Wednesday, August 28, 2013 8:47pm]
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