Cano played for five seasons for Seattle, and he was a three-time All-Star there. In Cano's first season with the Mariners, he batted .314 with 187 Hits and finished fifth in MVP voting. He would have at least 166 Hits in the next three years, all of which would see him accumulate 20 or more Home Runs. His 2016 campaign was his best power season, as he had a personal high of 39 Home Runs.His run in Seattle ended when he was traded to the New York Mets after 2018. Cano would have 107 Home Runs with a .296/.353/.472 Slash Line with the Mariners.