Recovery is expected to take six weeks, and Canó should be completely recovered for the start of Spring Training in February.
Canó, 32, was originally diagnosed with a core muscle injury on his right side in late September. During his pre-surgery examinations with Dr. Meyers, an additional MRI was performed that revealed a second core muscle injury on his left side.
Canó hit .287 (179x624) with 82 runs, 34 doubles, 1 triple, 21 home runs and 79 RBI in 156 games (155 starts) this season. He hit .330 (109x330) with 52 runs, 15 doubles, 1 triple, 17 home runs, 55 RBI in his final 82 games.