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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.

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Cano believes he is dealing with a flu virus, Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Seattle reports.

Cano was removed from Sunday's game after experiencing unexplained dizziness, but it appears he is just dealing with an illness and not something more serious. It remains to be seen if he will miss any further action after Sunday's early exit, but it seems likely he will want to play in Monday's game with the Mariners in the playoff hunt.

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Cano left Sunday's game against the Red Sox after experiencing some dizziness, MLB.com's Greg Johns reports.

It's not known whether or not the dizziness is the result of a lack of hydration or something more worrisome, such as a concussion. Cano will be examined by team doctors, which should provide a more thorough diagnosis of his condition.

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Cano was removed from Sunday's game against the Red Sox in the bottom of the third inning, MLB.com's Greg Johns reports.

It's not apparent at this time why Cano left the game, but the Mariners will almost certainly pass an update along before the end of the game. There's some speculation that he might be feeling under the weather, since Cano didn't appear to injure himself while in the field or at the plate prior to exiting.

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Cano (foot) is in the lineup Saturday in Detroit, Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times reports.

Cano left Friday's game due to a foot concern, but the ailment wasn't severe enough to result in a day off. He'll cover second base and bat third in the order once again.

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Cano (foot) will likely be able to play Saturday, Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times reports.

Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon said that Cano's removal from Friday night's game was precautionary. Cano was lifted in the eighth inning after fouling a pitch off of his right instep.

Robinson Cano 2B/DH SEA 13 Days

Cano left Friday's game at Detroit in the eighth inning after fouling a ball off his right foot an inning earlier.

Cano homered and singled in four at-bats. He fouled the ball of his instep and played the bottom of the seventh in the field before heading to clubhouse in the middle of the eighth.

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Cano homered and hit a run-scoring double as the Mariners batted around in a seven-run sixth inning Monday against the Blue Jays.

Cano raised his average to .333, second in the AL to Houston's Jose Altuve. His .877 OPS leads second basemen. He missed a homer in his second at-bat in the sixth inning by about a foot, settling for his 28th double of the season.