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Wednesday July 17th, 2013

Yankees 2B Robinson Cano is examined after being hit by a pitch in the knee. (Bruce Bennett/Getty Images) Yankees 2B Robinson Cano is examined after being hit by a pitch in the knee. (Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

New York Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano left Tuesday night's All-Star Game in the top of the first inning after being hit by a 96 mile per hour fastball around the right knee from All-Star Starter, New York Mets pitcher Matt Harvey.

He was attended to by American League manager Jim Leyland and trainers and X-rays taken of the knee were negative.

CORCORAN: 2013 All-Star Game Live Blog At the end of the next at-bat, Cano took himself out. He was replaced by Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia, who came on a pitch runner.

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