Cano was struck by a pitch thrown by Japan reliever Yuki Nishi in the seventh inning and left the game to get X-rays. The
Mariners officials reported that Cano had a nondisplaced fracture of the small toe, which will not require surgery or a cast and will heal with rest.
"It's part of the game, getting hurt," Cano told reporters before leaving the Tokyo Dome. "I'll be fine."
Cano, a 10-year veteran and five-time All-Star, just finished his first season with the Mariners after signing a 10-year, $240-million contract. He's expected to be fully recovered in time for
Takahiro Norimoto pitched five perfect innings and combined with three relief pitchers for the no-hitter Saturday. Nishi struck out four and walked one in the sixth and seventh innings for Japan, while Kazuhisa Makita struck out two in the eighth and Yuji Nishino struck out one when he retired the side in order in the ninth.