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Cano is scheduled to make his spring debut Saturday,'s Greg Johns reports.

He will rejoin the team Friday after taking some personal time in the Dominican Republic after the death of his father. Cano will enter camp fully healthy and has a case to be the first second baseman taken in fantasy drafts in 2015.

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Cano participated in the Dominican Republic Winter League playoffs and is fully recovered from his broken toe injury, reports.

Cano played in five games in his native country in order to test out his toe, which clearly didn't slow him down as he went 9-for-18 in his brief stint there. At this point there's no reason to believe there's any lingering issue, and the 32-year-old should be a full participant in spring training.

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GM Jack Zduriencik said during the Winter Meetings on Tuesday that Cano's broken toe is fine and he's full speed ahead, Greg Johns of reports.

Cano still has plenty of time to heal and if he's already close to full health he should be safe to choose as likely the first or second 2B in just about any draft.

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Cano has a non-displaced fracture of his right pinkie toe and will not play for the rest of the Japan All-Star Series, Anthony DiComo of reports.

Fortunately for Cano and the Mariners, he should be able to resume baseball activities in approximately three-to-four weeks. The injury occurred after Cano was hit in the foot by a pitch Saturday. For the MLB All-Stars Series, Jose Altuve will slot in at second base in Cano's absence.

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Cano hit his 13 homer of the season Friday in a 2-for-4 night.

Cano's power was the subject of much debate this offseason after he signed with the Mariners. But he's actually shown more power at Safeco Field than on the road with eight homers and a .479 SLG at home (.449 road). He needs one more homer to tie his career low set in 2005 and 2008. With 33 doubles, he likely will fall just short of the 41 he hit last season. It was also his 55th multi-hit game, second in the majors (Jose Altuve, 59).

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Cano was 2-for-4 with a double and a walk Monday in a win over the Astros.

That's back-to-back multi-hit games for Cano and three in the last five games. The lefty is 7-for-20 (.350) over that span.

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Cano went 2-for-4 with a double and four RBI in Thursdays romp over the Rangers.

A nice bust-out for Robby and his fantasy owners, who hadn't seen him deliver a single RBI since his solo homer back on Aug. 26 against these same Rangers. It's hard to knock a guy who's hitting .322 as a second baseman, but fantasy owners were certainly hoping to see more pop out of Cano, who hasn't hit fewer than 25 homers in a seasn since 2008.

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Cano popped his 12th homer of the season in Tuesday's 5-0 win over the Rangers.

The long ball was Cano's fifth of August, his highest total for any month this season. The downturn in his power numbers has sunk some of Cano's fantasy value, but the second baseman's 2014 campaign certainly hasn't qualified as a major disappointment. He ranks fourth in the American League with a .326 batting average, while his 10 stolen bases are already his highest total for any season of his career.

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Cano is in the lineup Monday versus the Rangers, manning second base and the three-hole in the order, Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Seattle reports.

Cano experienced a dizzy spell Sunday, which knocked him out of the game and was later blamed on the flu. While searching for his first long ball since Aug. 15, he's put together a .267 average (8-for-30), three RBI, six runs, and one stolen base.

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Cano (illness) said that he'll be in the lineup Monday against the Rangers, Enrique Rojas of ESPN Deportes reports.

After some dizziness forced Cano's removal from Sunday's game, he expects the absence to be temporary. Nonetheless, since his last early exit on Aug. 15, he's hit .267 (8-for-30) with three RBI, six runs, and one stolen base.