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|2015 Season (CBSSports.com)||605.00||18.00||.312||90.00||84.00||8.00|
|Games Played By Position|
|vs L.A. Angels||63||17||0|| .370|| .317|| .270|
|vs Rasmus (Career)||3||0||0||0||0||0|
|vs RHP||365||120||12|| .400|| .496|| .329|
|12/24/2014||Gregory Polanco, RF PIT|
Dallas Keuchel, SP HOU
Jason Kipnis, 2B CLE
|Jason Castro, C HOU|
Robinson Cano, 2B SEA
Greg Holland, RP KC
|12/23/2014||Sonny Gray, SP OAK|
Gregory Polanco, RF PIT
Todd Frazier, 3B CIN
|Robinson Cano, 2B SEA|
|12/23/2014||Kris Bryant, 3B CHC||Robinson Cano, 2B SEA|
|Last 10 Games|
Mariners' Robinson Cano sporting slimmer look in camp
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
|(2/24/15) Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano came into camp sporting a slimmer look, according to MLB.com.
Cano said he lost 13 pounds during the offseason, and weighs 212 pounds now. Cano was extra motivated to get in shape after the team missed out on the playoffs by one game in 2014, according to the Tacoma News Tribune.
The 32-year-old hit .314/.382/.454 over 595 at-bats last year.
M's McClendon wants to limit Cano, Seager to 150 starts in field
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
|(2/23/15) Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon would like to limit second baseman Robinson Cano and third baseman Kyle Seager to around 150 defensive starts in 2015, per the Tacoma News Tribune.
Cano played 150 games at second base in 2014, while Seager played 157 games at third base.
“Robby (who is 32) is at the point now where he’s not going to play 162 games anymore,” McClendon said. “I’d like to see (Seager) in the 150-range as well.
“Quite frankly, I played (Seager) too much down the stretch, but I had no choice. Bloomy (Willie Bloomquist) was down.”
Mariners 2B Robinson Cano fully recovered from broken toe
|by Jeff Borzello | College Basketball Writer|
|(1/9/15) Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano's toe is completely healed, per MLB.com on Friday. Cano suffered the injury after being hit by a pitch in an exhibition game in Japan. He is expected to play in the Dominican League next week, per the report.
Cano posted a .314/.382/.454 slash line to go along with 14 home runs, 82 RBI and a career-high 10 stolen bases in 595 at-bats in his first season for the Mariners.
Mariners' Robinson Cano suffers non-displaced fracture in right toe
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
|(11/15/14) Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano was ruled out for the remainder of the Japan Series after suffering a non-displaced fracture of the pinkie toe on his right foot during the eighth inning of Saturday's game against Samurai Japan.
Cano was taken to a local hospital for X-rays immediately after being hit by a pitch, which revealed the fracture. He will be sidelined approximately 3-4 weeks before resuming baseball activities in mid-December, a source told MLB.com.
In his first season with the Mariners after signing a 10-year, $240 million contract, Cano posted a .314/.382/.454 slash line to go along with 14 home runs, 82 RBI and a career-high 10 stolen bases in 595 at-bats. He is expected to be fully recovered for spring training.
Robinson Cano delivers three-hit performance Friday
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
|(9/20/14) Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano went 3 for 5 with an RBI in his team's 10-5 win over the Astros Friday.
While his power is down from his recent seasons in New York, Cano continues to get it done at the plate. If he can finish the season with his current .321 batting average or better, it'll represent his best mark since his second major-league season in 2006. Cano has hit .321/.387/.465 with 14 home runs, 78 RBI and a career-high 10 stolen bases in 564 at-bats.
|2014 summary: With him leaving the friendly dimensions of Yankee Stadium, with its short porch in right field, for the notoriously pitcher-friendly Safeco Field last offseason, nobody really knew how Robinson Cano would fare. Turns out his power numbers decreased all right, but not so much because of his home park, where he hit nine of his 14 home runs. Of course, he was still an amazing hitter all around, batting over .300 for the sixth straight season, and gave the Mariners lineup some needed punch. Still, the drop in homers resulted in him finishing fifth among second basemen in both Head-to-Head points and Rotisserie leagues.|
Playing time status: The heart and soul of the Mariners lineup, Cano's playing time is assured and, having played at least 157 games in eight consecutive seasons, he's not a major injury risk even as he enters what are typically the twilight years for a middle infielder.
2015 outlook: So was Cano's decline in power age-related or just one of those things? Considering 12 of his 14 home runs came in the final four months, the latter seems more likely. Playing half his games at Safeco Field, he's a long shot to hit 30 home runs again, but the likelihood of 20 with a potentially league-leading batting average still puts him in the discussion for the top second baseman in Fantasy, making him a borderline first-round pick.
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