Robinson Cano 2B SEA 1 Month

Robinson Cano went 2-for-4 with two runs batted in against the D'Backs on Thursday.

Cano put the Mariners on the board with an RBI ground out in the first, then drove in a run with a single in the second. His spring average remains as an eye-popping .609 in 23 at-bats.

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Cano singled and walked in three trips to the plate against the Angels on Tuesday.

Cano's batting average remarkably fell to .588, which tells you how hot he's been running in 17 at-bats to date. He has still yet to tally an extra-base hit in the Cactus League, but that should come any day now. He is still a strong first round pick in fantasy drafts.

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Robinson Cano went 3-for-3 with three singles against the Royals on Monday.

Cano had to have a root canal but doesn't seem to have missed a beat. He now has nine hits (all singles) in 15 Cactus League at-bats. The Mariners would like to see the power stroke appear soon but his lack of power to date shouldn't be much of a concern.

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Robinson Cano (root canal) is back in the Mariners' lineup Monday.

Cano has been sidelined since the middle of last week following a root canal. The high-priced second baseman shouldn't need much time to get back into the swing of things.

Robinson Cano 2B SEA 1 Month

Robinson Cano remains sidelined on Saturday after undergoing a root canal on Wednesday.

It's the third straight day that the star second baseman has missed. He's expected to return to action within the next few days.

Robinson Cano 2B SEA 1 Month

Robinson Cano isn't in Friday's lineup after having a root canal on Wednesday.

He'll be fine in a day or two. Cano is 6-for-12 at the plate so far in Cactus League action.

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Robinson Cano singled twice and drove in a run in three at-bats Monday against the Rockies.

Cano has been in the news lately for reasons unrelated to his spring performance, but he's now hitting .556 (5-for-9) in the early going. All five hits, however, are singles. The Mariners' new second baseman has hit at least 25 home runs in each of the last five seasons, so he shouldn't have any trouble eventually finding his power stroke.

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Robinson Cano went 2-for-3 with his first RBI of the spring against the Angels on Saturday.

Cano notched two singles in the game before leaving in the fifth inning. The RBI was the first of many in a Mariners uniform after signing his 10-year, $240 million contract this winter. No longer the consensus top choice among second basemen, Cano should still be one of the first two off the board in upcoming drafts.

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Mariners signed 2B Robinson Cano to a 10-year, $240 million contract.

The deal was agreed to last week, but it's now official. According to Jim Bowden of ESPN.com and MLB Network Radio on Sirius XM, Cano will make exactly $24 million per season with no deferrals. The deal will go through his age-40 season and includes a full no-trade clause. Cano will likely miss hitting in Yankee Stadium, but his home/road splits have been pretty even during his career and he remains far and away the top fantasy second baseman going into 2014.

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Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports reports that Robinson Cano's 10-year deal with the Mariners does not include an opt-out clause.

The deal is being described as a 10-year partnership and commitment by both sides. While it's certainly a massive score for the Mariners, it could be a huge blow to Cano's fantasy value unless they can surround him with more offensive talent this offseason.