According to reports, New York Mets second baseman Robinson Cano was originally diagnosed with a strained hamstring.

However, on Monday, the 36-year old was put on the injured list and it wasn’t for a strain. An MRI that was performed determined that the severity of the injury, which Cano suffered on Sunday while running the bases, was a bit more serious as it was revealed to be a torn left hamstring.

“I was running and just felt something tight on my left side, and I just stopped,” Cano told MLB.com following the game.

The second baseman will not require surgery, though there is no timetable for his return.

The eight-time All-Star was part of a blockbuster deal that sent him to the Mets this past offseason, but his first season with the Mets has been a lackluster. In 86 games, Cano has a .252 batting average with 10 home runs and 32 RBIs. This is the third time he has been placed on the IL.