Sunday August 24th, 2014

Seattle Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano left Sunday's game at Fenway Park in the third-inning after feeling dizzy. 

'O'? No, but Mariners' pitching staff has been historically good

Cano walked off the field after calling out Mariners' manager Lloyd McClendon and was replaced at second by shortstop Brad Miller

Mariners' broadcast play-by-play man Mike Blowers noted Cano looked uncomfortable when he was running the bases earlier in the game. 

The Mariners and Red Sox were tied at three when Cano left. He has anchored Seattle's offense this year, batting a near-league leading .326, with 29 doubles, 11 home runs and 70 RBI.

- Will Green



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