"I don't want to push it and get hurt," he said. "I want to take care of it, feel better in a couple days and be ready."
Cedeno, 31, has played with the Cubs, Mariners, Pirates, Mets, Astros and Padres over a nine-year career. He has hit .246 with a .644 OPS, but his value is his defense and ability to play nearly everywhere. He has spent most of his career at shortstop, but he has also played the other three infield positions, plus the outfield.
Todd Zolecki is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.