After a stint at IL with a left quad injury, Robinson Cano has finally returned to Mets.
Cano has been on a rehab mission with his latest move in Triple-A Syracuse. But on Saturday he was seen with Mets at Citi Field through training in the off-road to test quad as well as participate in batting practice.
Mets GM Brodie Van Wagenen said he went through his pregame routine to see if he was completely restored. He added that he would be evaluated on Sunday to see if he could be activated and fortunately that is the case.
Mets & # 39; hopes Cano not only turns fresh, but his bats will also be the tide.
Cano has had a slow start to the season and slashing .238 / .284 / .366 with only three homers and 1
However, there are many games left and the veteran is a .303 hitter for his career, so the story would say he should choose things. He gets his first shot on Sunday against the Cardinals, where he is beaten in the fifth hole while playing second base.