Cano goes hitless in Everett’s victory

EVERETT — Seattle Mariners infielder Robinson Cano went 0-for-3 on Saturday for the Everett AquaSox in their 7-0 win over the Eugene Emeralds at Memorial Stadium.

Cano batted second and played third base. He grounded out to second base in the first inning; walked and scored on a Cal Raleigh home run in the third; grounded out to shortstop in the fifth inning; and grounded out to shortstop in the seventh.

Cano, in Everett for part of a rehabilitation stint, is scheduled to play first base Sunday in the final game of his AquaSox tenure.

He’s eligible to return to the Mariners for their Tuesday game in Oakland.

Everett 7, Eugene 0

AquaSox starting pitcher Orlando Razo allowed just one hit over six innings. He struck out four and walked three to pick up the win.

Everett started the scoring in the second inning when Ryne Ogren hit a double to score Raleigh.

Everett later scored in three additional innings to finish off the shutout, including a four-run third.

Eugene’s Eury Ramos (1-3) went five innings, allowing six runs and five hits. He struck out two and walked two.

The Emeralds were blanked for the third time this season, while the AquaSox staff recorded their third shutout of the year.

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