Cano is not in the lineup Monday against the Astros, Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Seattle reports. Cano will head to the bench for the first time this month after slashing .259/.333/.407 with two homers and nine RBI through the first 14 games. Ryon Healy will cover first base in his stead, with Dee Gordon at second.
Cano went 1-for-3 with a double, two walks and three RBI against the Angels on Saturday. Cano gave the Mariners the win with a three-run double in the eighth inning. He now has at least one RBI in six consecutive games, an impressive feat that has brought his total to 39. Cano has also flashed more power in his past 10 games, smacking two home runs and two doubles.
Cano went 2-for-5 with an RBI single and a run in a win over the Angels on Thursday. Cano's third multi-hit effort of September played a role in the victory and pushed his line since returning from an 80-game suspension to a serviceable .278/.328/.435. The 35-year-old continues to log starts at various positions on an everyday basis, keeping him fantasy-viable during the stretch run.
Cano went 1-for-4 with a solo home run and a strikeout in Tuesday's loss to the Padres. Cano got Seattle on the board early with his eighth home run in the third inning, and that would be all of the club's offense in the 2-1 loss. While he missed half the season due to suspension, the 35-year-old remains a solid contributor at the plate as evidenced by his .285/.366/.446 slash line.
Cano went 2-for-4 with a run scored and one RBI in Sunday's 3-2 win over the Yankees. Cano brought in Mitch Haniger with an RBI groundout in the eighth inning to put Seattle up a run and secure the victory. The 35-year-old second baseman has a .286 average with 32 RBI on the season.