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Cairo was placed on the 15-day DL on Tuesday, retroactive to Aug. 6 with a strained left hamstring. With the move the New York Yankees were able to make room for Robinson Cano on their roster. The team hopes to have him back by September.
Cairo finalized a $1 million, one-year contract with the New York Yankees on Thursday. The 31-year-old infielder hit .251 with 19 RBIs last season with the New York Mets. He played for the Yankees in 2004, hitting .292 with 42 RBIs and starting at second base during the second half of the season.
Cairo and the Yankees reached a preliminary agreement Wednesday on a one-year deal worth $1 million. The infielder was the starting second baseman for the Yankees during the second half of the 2004 season, but the team did not re-sign him and he spent 2005 with the Mets. He hit .251 last season with two homers and 19 RBI in 327 at-bats.
The Mets activated Cairo from the 15-day disabled list on Saturday. The second baseman had been on the DL since June 15 due to a strained left hamstring. This season Cairo is batting .286 with one home run and six runs batted in through 36 games.
The Mets activated Cairo from the 15-day disabled list on Saturday. The second baseman had been on the DL since June 15 with a strained left hamstring. This season, Cairo is batting .286 with one home run and six RBI in 36 games.
Cairo is nearing a return to the Mets' active roster after missing more than two weeks with a strained left hamstring. The Mets' second baseman, who has been bothered by the injury most of the month, went 1-for-4 in his first game of a minor league rehab assignment with Class-A St. Lucie on Wednesday, serving as the team's designated hitter.
Cairo, who has been bothered by a left hamstring injury for most of June, was placed on the 15-day disabled list by the New York Mets on Wednesday. The second baseman was batting .286 in 36 games for the Mets this season.
Cairo was back in the Mets' starting lineup on Friday after missing the team's previous seven games with a hamstring injury. The second baseman injured his left hamstring in a game against the Diamondbacks last week. Expect Cairo to assume his regular starting role.
Cairo was pulled from the Mets' lineup during Wednesday's win over the Arizona Diamondbacks after reporting tightness in his left hamstring. The infielder, who was replaced by Kaz Matsui in the seventh inning, will be re-evaluated on Thursday, but has been listed as day-to-day for the time being.