Cano has missed the last three games with a strained abdominal muscle. He's in the lineup at designated hitter on Saturday.
Ketel Marte gets the start at second base for the second straight day and second time this season.
Kinsler scored two runs and also drove in one run. Over his last 12 games, Kinsler is hitting .407 with two home runs and seven RBI.
Kawasaki has been tearing it up for the Bisons with 19 hits in 52 at-bats since his demotion in late June.
Carrera lost his job despite a hot streak in which he smacked eight hits in his last 14 at-bats to sweeten his slash line to .279/.327/.374.
Rookie Ketel Marte will make his big-league debut on Friday, as he will fill in at second base for Cano.
Cano is expected to be sidelined until early next week.
The 24-year-old Travis, who was sidelined for more than a month earlier in the year, has been limited to 217 at-bats. His slash line rests at .304/.361/.498.
Cano, who sat Wednesday as well, will likely need to serve as a designated hitter upon his return to get back in action.
Odor, who has not missed a game since July 1, is 0-for-13 over his last three games. He had nine hits in his previous 16 at-bats.
Travis is batting .357 with a .402 on-base percentage, .488 slugging percentage and .890 OPS in 26 games since coming off the disabled list in late June. He has one home run, eight doubles, 14 runs, nine RBI, seven walks and 16 strikeouts in that span.
Travis did spend significant time on the DL with a similar shoulder injury earlier this year, so there is some concern there. Ryan Goins is getting the start at the keystone position on Wednesday.
Garcia takes the roster spot of Emilio Bonifacio, who was placed on the disabled list with an oblique strain.