DETROIT — Robinson Cano of the Seattle Mariners broke his right hand Sunday when he was hit by a pitch.

Cano was hit by left-hander Blaine Hardy of Detroit.

Cano, 35, is hitting .287 with four home runs and 23 RBI this season. He hit a three-run homer in Seattle’s win Saturday night.

Cano hit 39 home runs in 2016, although that number dipped to 23 a season ago.

In the fifth season of a $240 million, 10-year contract, Cano has played in at least 150 games in each of the last 11 seasons.

TIGERS: Nicholas Castellanos was out of the starting lineup for the game against Seattle after injuring a finger on his left hand Saturday.

INDIANS: Francisco Lindor walked to home plate in the first inning wearing the wrong batting helmet.

A switch hitter, Lindor had on the helmet he usually uses when he hits left-handed – with a protective flap on the right side. But he was facing Kansas City left-hander Danny Duffy and was going to hit right-handed.

Lindor apparently was the only player on the field who didn’t realize what was taking place.

“I guess everybody was screaming at me,” he said. “Everybody noticed but me. I had no idea. Once I went to the plate, I felt a little light. It comes to find out I didn’t have any ear flap on the left side of my helmet.”

Lindor credited Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas with letting him know.

“(Moustakas) started screaming at me,” Lindor said. “I looked at him. He touched his ear. I thought I had my earrings on, but I had the wrong helmet and the wrong leg guard. I had everything wrong.”

Lindor exchanged helmets with a bat boy, switched the leg guard and then smiled when he returned to the batter’s box.

BREWERS: Right-hander Chase Anderson was put on the 10-day disabled list because of illness.

RANGERS: Third baseman Adrian Beltre left a loss at Houston in the seventh inning after aggravating a left hamstring injury.

DODGERS: A raccoon at Dodger Stadium was found by a member of the cleaning crew in the visitor’s bullpen. Animal Control was called and by about two hours before game time, an employee trapped the raccoon in a cage and took the critter away. The Reds’ players hadn’t yet arrived.

PHILLIES: Manager Gabe Kapler said that he hasn’t lost faith in closer Hector Neris, even after Neris blew his second save of the week by surrendering ninth-inning home runs to Michael Conforto and Devin Mesoraco of the New York Mets.