Cano went 2-for-5 with a two-run home run in Sunday's win over the Royals. Cano launched a 436-foot blast to right in the seventh inning, giving him 21 homers to match his production from all of last season. Cano also upped his RBI total to 58 at the half-way point, putting him well on pace to surpass last year's total of 79.
Cano went 2-for-5 with a solo homer and two RBI in Friday's 8-4 victory over the Red Sox. The veteran second baseman extended his hitting streak to six games, and has reached base safely in 10 straight contests overall. Cano also has multi-hit efforts in seven of those games, continuing what has been an outstanding all-around season. With Friday's production, Cano is now slashing .299/.351/.568 on the campaign, while his 19 homers have him tied for second in the majors in that category.
Cano went 3-for-5 with a double and a pair of solo homers Thursday against the Indians. One of the league's most dynamic power hitters in the early going, Cano had gone seven straight without a long ball, but had still been hitting the whole time -- in fact, he has three consecutive multi-hit efforts to his name, so the Indians are certainly glad to see the last of him for a while. Cano's already within three homers of last season's 21, and in a whopping 96 fewer games. He's only cleared 30 long balls once in his career, back in 2012, and you wouldn't have thought that he'd ever achieve that feat in Seattle, but Cano is actually on pace to hit 40 with room to spare.
Cano homered, his 13th, as part of a 2-for-4 game with three RBI in Tuesday's win over Oakland. Cano is showing his ability to hit for power is just fine despite his struggles last season. He leads all second basemen in home runs, and his 42 RBI leads the position by a whopping 12 (Daniel Murphy). Cano's batting line is up to a robust .292/.343/.573 and if he can keep this up, he'll have his name in the MVP conversation at year's end.
Cano went 3-for-4 with two doubles, two RBI, and three runs scored in Tuesday's 10-0 win over the Orioles. Cano's three-hit performance boosted his average back over .300 after he had dipped under the mark following 3-for-18 skid over the preceding four games. Despite that minor slump, Cano still remains one of the early-season fantasy stars. He's already supplied 12 homers and 36 RBI, both of which are tops among second basemen.
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