On Sunday night, Yankee second baseman Robinson Cano was hit by a pitch on the hand and left the game.  He had X-Rays, and manger Joe Girardi reports that they were negative.

The Yankees lost to the Orioles 6-3 on Sunday night, but considering it's just Spring training it could have been much worse.  Robinson Cano was hit on the hand in the hand in the sixth inning by a fast ball from Baltimore pitcher Troy Patton.

Cano would exit the game after the hit, but Joe Girardi reported that the x-rays came back negative.  Can will be looked at again on Monday to see how the wrist is, and if he can play Tuesday against the Pittsburgh Pirates.