MINNEAPOLIS — The Seattle Mariners said Monday they will have a better idea on the projected length of second baseman Robinson Cano’s recovery time after he’s examined Tuesday by a hand specialist in Philadelphia.

Cano broke the pinkie finger of his right hand Sunday when hit by a pitch from left-hander Blaine Hardy at Detroit.

Cano is batting .287 with four homers, 23 RBI and a .385 on-base percentage in 39 games this season.

“Any team that’s going to lose their three-hole hitter, nobody’s got somebody to just step in and replace that guy,” Manager Scott Servais said. “Guys around him, throughout our lineup, really throughout the whole ball club, kind of need to step up.”

Seattle put Cano on the 10-day disabled list and recalled infielder Gordon Beckham from Tacoma of the Triple-A International League. Beckham, 31, hit .300 with four homers and 15 RBI in 25 games at Tacoma. He’s played part of nine seasons with the Chicago White Sox, Los Angeles Angels, Atlanta, San Francisco and Seattle.

YANKEES: Miguel Andujar, 23, who is hitting .282 with three homers and 14 RBI in 12 games, will keep the third-base job for now.

Brandon Drury was optioned to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre following the end of his injury rehabilitation assignment.

BLUE JAYS: Major League Baseball extended the administrative leave of closer Roberto Osuna by seven days through May 21 as the commissioner’s office investigates a charge of assault filed against him.

Osuna was put on administrative leave May 8 by MLB. He was charged with one count of assault.

RANGERS: Third baseman Adrian Beltre will get his aggravated left hamstring further evaluated Tuesday, and the injury could put him back on the disabled list.

Texas was off Monday and will decide before Tuesday’s series opener at Seattle whether Beltre needs to go back on the DL.

TWINS: Catcher Jason Castro will have surgery Tuesday to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee.

Manager Paul Molitor said he’s been told Castro could miss 4 to 6 weeks.

TIGERS: The team put third baseman Jeimer Candelario on the 10-day disabled list with left wrist tendinitis.

Infielder Dawel Lugo was recalled from Triple-A Toledo.

BREWERS: Ryan Braun was scratched from the game against Arizona due to right mid-back tightness.

Braun is batting .222 with five home runs and 20 RBI.

GIANTS: Madison Bumgarner threw off a mound for the first time since surgery in March to have three pins inserted into the broken pinkie on his pitching hand.

Bumgarner threw 20 fastballs to take another step in his comeback from the injury that sidelined him since the end of spring training. Bumgarner will throw another bullpen session Wednesday and could be ready to return to the majors when he’s eligible to come off the 60-day disabled list May 25.

The team placed infielder Alen Hanson on the 10-day DL with a left hamstring strain.

CUBS: Ben Zobrist was joined by teammates Kyle Schwarber and Steve Cishek in wearing black spikes despite a warning from Major League Baseball that he was in violation of the sport’s uniform regulations.

Zobrist posted a letter from MLB on Instagram on Saturday that cited him for violating regulations requiring at least 51 percent of the exterior of a player’s shoes be the club’s designated primary shoe color. For the Cubs, that color is blue.

PADRES: Outfielder Franmil Reyes, whose 14 home runs for Triple-A El Paso lead pro baseball, was called up to make his major league debut.