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Everth Cabrera
Everth Cabrera on April 11, 2015.jpg
Cabrera with the Baltimore Orioles
Free agent
Born: November 17, 1986 (age 32)
Nandaime, Nicaragua
Bats: Switch Throws: Right
MLB debut
April 8, 2009, for the San Diego Padres
MLB statistics
(through 2015 season)
Batting average .246
Home runs 12
Runs batted in 132
Stolen bases 138
San Diego Padres (2009�2014)
Baltimore Orioles (2015)
Career highlights and awards
All-Star (2013)
NL stolen base leader (2012)
Everth Cabrera (born November 17, 1986) is a Nicaraguan professional baseball
infielder who is a free agent. He has played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the
San Diego Padres and Baltimore Orioles. He led the National League (NL) in stolen
bases in 2012, and was an All-Star in 2013.

1 Professional career
1.1 Minor leagues
1.2 San Diego Padres
1.2.1 2009�2012
1.2.2 2013�2014
1.3 Baltimore Orioles
1.4 San Francisco Giants
1.5 Chicago White Sox
1.6 Algodoneros de Uni�n Laguna
1.7 Leones de Yucat�n
1.8 Biogenesis involvement
2 Personal life
3 References
4 External links
Professional career
Minor leagues
Cabrera began his professional career in 2006, playing in the Colorado Rockies
organization for the Casper Rockies. In 54 games, he hit .254 with 18 stolen bases.
In 2007, he played for the Tri-City Dust Devils and Modesto Nuts, hitting .300 with
12 stolen bases in 150 at bats for the former and .267 in 15 at-bats for the

While with the Asheville Tourists in 2008, in 121 games he hit .284 with 73 stolen
bases�more than any other minor leaguer.[1]

He was selected by the Padres from the Rockies minor league system in the Rule 5
draft on December 11, 2008.[2]

San Diego Padres

Cabrera stole 9 bases in spring training 2009 for the Padres, and made the opening
day roster as a backup infielder. As a Rule 5 draftee, the Padres were required to
keep Cabrera on the 25-man roster throughout the 2009 season. He got his first hit
in the major leagues on April 8, a double off of Cory Wade of the Los Angeles
Dodgers in the seventh inning at Petco Park.

Cabrera had a solid rookie year debut despite losing two months to a hand injury,
[3] batting .255 with 25 steals and 59 runs scored in 103 games with the Padres,
but he also led all NL shortstops with 23 errors. On August 7, Cabrera hit a walk-
off grand-slam off the Mets closer Francisco Rodr�guez in the bottom of the 9th,
capping a Padres win 6 � 2. Cabrera helped defeat the Arizona Diamondbacks on
September 16 (F/10, 6-5) with a game-winning, walk-off RBI that scored another fast
rookie, Luis Durango.[citation needed] In November 2009, Cabrera was named
Nicaragua's Professional Sports Athlete of the Year.[citation needed]

Cabrera with the San Diego Padres in 2009 spring training

Cabrera was the Padres Opening Day shortstop in 2010, but only played in 76 games
that year due to a nagging right hamstring injury. His performance also fell off
significantly compared to 2009, and the Padres signed Jason Bartlett in the
offseason to be their regular shortstop.[4]

Cabrera spent the majority of the 2011 season with the Tucson Padres of the Class
AAA Pacific Coast League (PCL), only appearing with the Major League club in two
games in mid-July. Cabrera separated his shoulder at the end of the 2011 season,
and the injury continued to bother him into spring training in 2012, where Cabrera
said he "couldn't swing 100 percent" and didn't feel good about the shoulder.[5]

Cabrera started the 2012 season with the Tucson Padres where he posted a .333
batting average and .389 on-base percentage in 34 games. On May 17, he was called
up to the major league club when Bartlett was sent to the disabled list after a
poor start to the year,[6] and Cabrera became the Padres everyday shortstop.

Cabrera had an exceptional year on the basepaths in 2012. On July 14 in a game

against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Cabrera stole home in the 9th inning to score the
tying run. The eventual winning run then scored when pitcher Kenley Jansen threw
the ball past the catcher. This was the first time in nearly 30 years that a
regular season MLB game was won with the tying or go-ahead run scoring on a steal
of home in the 9th inning or later.[7] In a September 30 game, he became the first
player in 14 years to steal four bases without recording a hit.[8] Cabrera became
the first Padre to lead the NL in stolen bases with 44. He set a team record with a
91.7 percent success rate on steals (44-for-48), which also led the NL.[9][10] He
also set Padres team records with 24 consecutive stolen bases without being caught
to start the season, and 28 straight successful steals dating back to 2010.[11][12]
Cabrera finished the season batting .246, with a .324 on-base percentage, in a
career-high 115 games played. After the 2012 season, Cabrera played for the
Nicaragua national baseball team for the 2013 World Baseball Classic Qualifying

Cabrera opened 2013 as the Padres shortstop and started 69 consecutive games at the
position before he went to the 15-day disabled list in mid-June with a hamstring
injury.[13] On May 14, Cabrera collected the 60,000th hit in Padres history.[14] He
was selected to the All-Star team as a reserve, having a .291 batting average, .373
on-base percentage, and 34 stolen bases at the break.
On August 5, 2013, Cabrera was suspended 50 games, the remainder of the Padres'
season, by Major League Baseball for using performance-enhancing drugs from
Biogenesis. At the time of the suspension, he was leading the National League with
37 stolen bases. Cabrera ended the year with a .283/.355/.381 line in 95 games
played.[citation needed]

Cabrera batted .232/.272/.300 in 90 games during the 2014 season. He became a free
agent on December 2, 2014 after he was non-tendered by the Padres.[15]

Baltimore Orioles
On February 25, 2015, Cabrera and the Baltimore Orioles finalized a one-year
contract for the 2015 season. The deal was worth $2.4 million.[16][17] He was
designated for assignment by Baltimore on June 5,[18] and was released on June 13.
He hit just .208/.250/.229 in 29 games as a member of the Orioles.[19]

San Francisco Giants

On July 16, 2015, Cabrera signed a minor league deal with the San Francisco Giants.
He batted .231 for the Sacramento River Cats of the PCL.[20] Cabrera was not
promoted to the majors when rosters expanded on September 1, and was released the
next day after refusing to play for Sacramento.[21]

Chicago White Sox

On January 7, 2017, Cabrera signed a minor league contract with the Chicago White
Sox.[22] He was released on July 14.[23]

Algodoneros de Uni�n Laguna

On March 19, 2018, Cabrera signed with the Algodoneros de Uni�n Laguna of the
Mexican Baseball League.[24]

Leones de Yucat�n
On April 23, 2018, Cabrera was traded to the Leones de Yucat�n of the Mexican
Baseball League.[25] He became a free agent following the season.

Biogenesis involvement
During spring training of 2013, Everth Cabrera's name was reported to have appeared
in documents retrieved from the Biogenesis clinic which listed him as having
received the clinic's products.[26] MLB officials were investigating the head of
the clinic, Anthony Bosch, and his ties to performance-enhancing drugs. Cabrera
said he was "a little surprised" and "disappointed" by the report, which said
Cabrera's name was listed next to a dollar amount and a date of March.[27] At the
time of the report, Cabrera spoke to both manager Bud Black and general manager
Josh Byrnes, and Black said they were "satisfied" and that "We believe this will
resolve itself in a positive way".[27]

After completing an investigation in August, MLB suspended Cabrera and 12 other

players for involvement with the Biogenesis clinic. Cabrera was one of 12 players
receiving 50-game suspensions, all of whom made a deal with MLB to not appeal the
decision.[28] In a press conference on the day of his suspension, Cabrera admitted
to taking a banned substance and apologized to fans and his teammates. He did not
specify the substance, but said he took it briefly after he realized that his
shoulder was still not healthy as spring training was approaching in 2012.[29] He
also stated that he did not initially seek out the substance, but it was presented
to him by a consultant employed by his former agents.[28] The same agency has been
linked to all 12 players who received 50-game suspensions in the scandal.[30]

Personal life
During spring training in 2012, Cabrera was arrested on a charge of assault
stemming from an incident of domestic violence.[31] Prosecutors dismissed the
charge in June.[32]

An officer of the California Highway Patrol arrested Cabrera on September 3, 2014,

on suspicion of driving under the influence of marijuana.[33] In November 2014,
Cabrera was charged with resisting arrest.[34] In February 2015, Cabrera reached a
plea deal with San Diego County and received a sentence of three years probation, a
$655 fine, and eighty hours of volunteer work.[35]

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"Everth Cabrera". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved July 7, 2012.
Kauffman, Todd (April 20, 2009). "Injury Report: Padres Lose Shortstop Cabrera For
up to Two Months". Bleacher Report.
Logan, Myron (February 14, 2010). "A lesson in regression". Friar Forecast.
Retrieved July 7, 2012.
Center, Bill (February 18, 2013). "Cabrera sees last September as key to success".
The San Diego Union-Tribune. Retrieved August 7, 2013.
Petriello, Mike (May 18, 2012). "San Diego Blows Up Their Middle Infield".
Retrieved July 7, 2012.
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books". The San Diego Union-Tribune.
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steals, no hits". NBC Sports HardballTalk. Retrieved October 20, 2012.
Center, Bill (October 2, 2012). "Headley wins second straight Player of the Month
award". U-T San Diego. Archived from the original on October 3, 2012.
Center, Bill (October 3, 2012). "Padres win finale behind bullpen, Headley". U-T
San Diego. Archived from the original on October 4, 2012.
Center, Bill (August 23, 2012). "Daily Update: Werner, Layne firsts are first for
Padres since '94". The San Diego Union-Tribune. Retrieved October 20, 2012.
Janes, Chelsea (August 26, 2012). "Padres go for a sweep of D-backs". MLB.com.
Everth Cabrera's streak of 24 straight stolen bases without being caught came to an
end when he was thrown out by Miguel in the third inning on Saturday.
"Everth Cabrera goes on disabled list". ESPN.com. June 20, 2013. Retrieved August
7, 2013.
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Diego Union-Tribune. Retrieved August 7, 2013.
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Everth Cabrera". Baltimore Sun. Retrieved February 26, 2015.
Ghiroli, Brittany (February 25, 2015). "Orioles complete deal with veteran
Cabrera". MLB.com. Retrieved February 26, 2015.
Smith, Elliott (June 5, 2015). "Orioles designate SS Everth Cabrera for
assignment". fantasynews.cbssports.com. Retrieved June 13, 2015.
Kubatko, Roch (June 13, 2015). "Orioles release Everth Cabrera (plus other
notes)". masnsports.com. Retrieved June 13, 2015.
Giants release former All-Star Everth Cabrera | The Sacramento Bee
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Deal". mlbtraderumors.com. Retrieved January 7, 2017.
Todd, Jeff (July 14, 2017). "White Sox Release Everth Cabrera".
mlbtraderumors.com. Retrieved July 14, 2017.
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Retrieved February 21, 2018.
"Everth Cabrera se une a la manada de fieras" (in Spanish). April 23, 2018.
Retrieved April 23, 2018.
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The Lines. ESPN. Retrieved August 7, 2013.
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"MLB suspends 13, including A-Rod". ESPN.com. August 6, 2013. Retrieved August 7,
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Union-Tribune. Retrieved August 7, 2013.
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explorin". USA Today. Retrieved August 7, 2013.
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nbcsports.com. Retrieved February 18, 2015.
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HardballTalk". nbcsports.com. Retrieved February 18, 2015.
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ESPN.com. Retrieved February 18, 2015.
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1886: Andrews 1887: Ward 1888: Hoy 1889: Fogarty 1890: Hamilton 1891: Hamilton
1892: Ward 1893: Brown 1894: Hamilton 1895: Hamilton 1896: Kelley 1897: Lange 1898:
Delahanty 1899: Sheckard 1900: Donovan & Van Haltren 1901: Wagner 1902: Wagner
1903: Chance & Sheckard 1904: Wagner 1905: Devlin & Maloney 1906: Chance 1907:
Wagner 1908: Wagner 1909: Bescher 1910: Bescher 1911: Bescher 1912: Bescher 1913:
Carey 1914: Burns 1915: Carey 1916: Carey 1917: Carey 1918: Carey 1919: Burns 1920:
Carey 1921: Frisch 1922: Carey 1923: Carey 1924: Carey 1925: Carey 1926: Cuyler
1927: Frisch 1928: Cuyler 1929: Cuyler 1930: Cuyler 1931: Frisch 1932: Klein 1933:
Martin 1934: Martin 1935: Galan 1936: Martin 1937: Galan 1938: Hack 1939: Hack &
Handley 1940: Frey 1941: Murtaugh 1942: Reiser 1943: Vaughan 1944: Barrett 1945:
Schoendienst 1946: Reiser 1947: Robinson 1948: Ashburn 1949: Robinson 1950: Jethroe
1951: Jethroe 1952: Reese 1953: Bruton 1954: Bruton 1955: Bruton 1956: Mays 1957:
Mays 1958: Mays 1959: Mays 1960: Wills 1961: Wills 1962: Wills 1963: Wills 1964:
Wills 1965: Wills 1966: Brock 1967: Brock 1968: Brock 1969: Brock 1970: Tolan 1971:
Brock 1972: Brock 1973: Brock 1974: Brock 1975: Lopes 1976: Lopes 1977: F. Taveras
1978: Moreno 1979: Moreno 1980: LeFlore 1981: Raines 1982: Raines 1983: Raines
1984: Raines 1985: Coleman 1986: Coleman 1987: Coleman 1988: Coleman 1989: Coleman
1990: Coleman 1991: Grissom 1992: Grissom 1993: Carr 1994: Biggio 1995: Veras 1996:
Young, Sr. 1997: Womack 1998: Womack 1999: Womack 2000: Castillo 2001: Pierre &
Rollins 2002: Castillo 2003: Pierre 2004: Podsednik 2005: Reyes 2006: Reyes 2007:
Reyes 2008: W. Taveras 2009: Bourn 2010: Bourn 2011: Bourn 2012: Cabrera 2013:
Young Jr. 2014: Gordon 2015: Gordon 2016: Villar 2017: Gordon 2018: Turner
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