Healy went 1-for-3 with a walk, two RBI and a run in Friday's win over the Angels.
It was a good performance for Healy who brought his RBI count up to 73 on the evening to go with 24 homers. While he hasn't had a multi-hit game since Sep. 1, he's had at least one hit in three of the past five games as he looks to start showing more power over the weekend against the Angels.
Healy went 2-for-5 with an RBI single and a run in a win over the Athletics on Saturday. He's 6-for-13 with a home run, four RBI and three runs over his last three games.
Healy badly needed a hot streak, considering he'd slashed a pedestrian .222/.263/.333 over the 95 plate appearances encompassing his previous 25 games. Robinson Cano is slated to continue bumping Healy out of the lineup occasionally in September when he shifts over to first base, but Healy's potent pop (13 doubles, 24 home runs) helps ensure he should still see a healthy dose of playing time.
Healy went 2-for-4 with an RBI single and a run in a win over the Athletics on Thursday.
Healy's first-inning single opened the scoring on the night, and he ultimately generated his eighth multi-hit effort of August. The 26-year-old has bounced back nicely during the current month after badly scuffling in July (.198 average), compiling six extra-base hits (four doubles, two home runs) and nine RBI. However, he's beginning to log off days more frequently as the month winds down (four over the last 14 games), as Robinson Cano is occasionally seeing time at first base since his return from suspension.
Healy went 2-for-4 with an RBI single and a double in a loss to the Dodgers on Sunday.
As was the case in Friday's series opener, Healy was one of the few Mariners to do anything of note offensively in a lopsided loss. The slugger has been on a much-needed hot streak of late, going 9-for-26 with a home run, two RBI, a walk and three runs over his last seven games.
Healy went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in a loss to the Dodgers on Friday.
Healy's fourth-inning round tripper -- his 23rd of the season -- was the lone bright spot for the Mariners in the blowout loss. The 26-year-old's .235 average and .268 on-base percentage both leave plenty to be desired, but he's been able to generate a .447 slugging percentage on the strength of 36 extra-base hits (13 doubles, 23 home runs). That's helped him generate an impressive 60 RBI, good for fourth on the team behind the potent trio of Mitch Haniger, Nelson Cruz and Kyle Seager.
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