Mariners' Cano leaves game with fracture right hand

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He hit 39 home runs in 2016, although that number dipped to 23 a season ago.

Then a lot of bad.

Nicholas Castellanos left the second game of Detroit's doubleheader against Seattle on Saturday with a bruised pinkie on his left hand.

Seattle has struggled with consistency over the last week, as they have alternated wins and losses over their last nine games. In Castellanos' stead, Niko Goodrum (hip) will pick up a start in right field Sunday.

The Mariners opener in Detroit Friday was rained out.

It was not immediately known how much time Cano will miss.

After a brief examination by the Seattle trainer, Cano left the game and was replaced by infielder Andrew Romine.

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Cano and Ryon Healy homered for the Mariners in the second game, and John Hicks went deep for the Tigers.

But the Mariners bounced back.

Mahtook's RBI double made it 4-2 in the seventh, but Seattle tied it the following inning against Joe Jimenez. This will be his first career start against the Mariners.

BC-BBA-Tigers-Gardenhire Ejected, 85 Detroit's Gardenhire ejected in second game of doubleheaderEds: APNewsNow. After striking out to end the inning, he remained in the game to play right field. Jean Segura followed with a two-run single to make it 4-all. His single in the ninth allowed JaCoby Jones to advance to third with nobody out, and Iglesias followed with a single up the middle off Juan Nicasio (1-2).

So the Mariners drew their infield in, with the winning run 90 feet away.

The Seattle Mariners knocked off Toronto 9-3 on Thursday behind outstanding work on the mound and the long ball at the plate.

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