Marc Weinreich
Monday June 2nd, 2014

Robinson Cano has just two homers in his last 205 at-bats. (El Nuevo Herald/Getty Images) Robinson Cano has just two homers in his last 205 at-bats. (El Nuevo Herald/Getty Images)

Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano is back in the lineup on Monday for a matchup in New York against his former Yankees team, according to the Mariners' Twitter account.

The $240 million man missed the past four games with a stomach virus and a bone bruise in his left hand. He's hitting .327 with a .371 on-base percentage this season for Seattle but has just two home runs in the past 205 at-bats.

In his five seasons with the Yankees, Cano hit a combined .314 with a .369 on-base percentage.

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The Yankees (29-26) are currently second in the AL East behind the Blue Jays. The Mariners (28-28) are ahead of only the last-place Astros in the AL West.

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