Robinson Cano has been one of the Mets' hottest hitters of late.
Cano went 4-for-5 with a solo home run, helping power the Mets to a 6-2 win over the Miami Marlins on Sunday.
Since June 28, Cano has a .395 batting average with two home runs and four RBIs. In those 11 games, he has raised his batting line from .222/.270/.358 to .251/.295/.392.
"He is obviously barreling the ball up, and the last couple of days he is actually getting it in the air and having some good results as far as extra-base hits and homers," manager Mickey Callaway said. "It started off as barreling it up and hitting it at people and then barreling it up and getting it through some holes and now it's translated into some homers the last couple of days."
Prior to that, he had been in the midst of a 4-for-33 slump. However, he has a hit in nine of his last 11 games with six multi-hit games in total.
On Sunday, Cano hit a 377-foot homer off Elieser Hernandez's 2-1 changeup in the seventh inning that turned a 4-1 Mets lead into a 5-1 game. He also added a double in the second inning and singles in the fourth and ninth innings.