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Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano left Seattle's game at Detroit with a broken right hand after being hit by a pitch on Sunday.

Cano was hit on the back of the hand near the pinky finger by an inside fastball from Tigers left-handed starter Blaine Hardy.

Kyle Seager hit a solo homer in the second for Seattle, but Cano left an inning later after being hit in the right hand by a pitch.

Rangers manager Jeff Banister said there is no timetable for a layoff as of yet, but said the team will know more when it gets to Seattle for a three-game series starting Tuesday. He hit 39 home runs in 2016, though that number dipped to 23 last season.

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Robinson Cano chased Fulmer from the game in the fifth when he hit a 3-run home run to make it 6-2 Seattle. The Mariners have opened the season with a 22-16 record.

Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.

The Tigers send Mike Fiers (3-2) to the mound Monday night against Clevelands Carlos Carrasco (5-1) in the opener of a three-game series in Detroit. Wade LeBlanc (0-0) starts for the Mariners against Jake Odorizzi (3-2).