Asdrubal Cabrera didn’t sign a contract this offseason, but that doesn’t mean there was a lack of interest from MLB teams. According to Jon Heyman of the New York Post, Cabrera is open to returning under the right circumstances but has declined one MLB offer. The offer was...
2021 Stats (combined): 110 G, 352 PA, .230/.313/.366 = .678 OPS, 7 HR, 42 RBI, 0.4 bWAR. 2021 Earnings: $1.75 million (there was also up to $1.05 million in performance bonuses, but I’ve not been able to find the details) 2022 Status: unrestricted free-agent. Asdrubal Cabrera was signed to...
After building a modern mansion in Southwest Ranches, Fla., baseball star Asdrúbal Cabrera has sold it for $7.41 million.
Major League Baseball player Asdrúbal Cabrera sold his Southwest Ranches mansion for $7.4 million. Records show the Cincinnati Reds third baseman sold the house at 1700 Stratford Court to a Delaware-registered entity. Cabrera and his wife Lismar Del Valle Barrios bought the 2.6-acre property in 2016 for $1 million. The two-story, modern home was built last year.
When the Cincinnati Reds acquired infielder Asdrubal Cabrera on waivers from the Arizona Diamondbacks on August 27, they were hoping he would inject some life into their offense. However, he has done just the opposite. Prior to being placed on waivers by the last-place Diamondbacks, the 35-year-old Cabrera was batting...
Cabrera lined out in his pinch-hit appearance Wednesday in the Reds' 5-4 loss to the Pirates. The Reds claimed Cabrera off waivers from the Diamondbacks on Aug. 27 with the hope that he could become a pinch-hitting specialist off the bench, but he's failed to make any sort of impact in that capacity. The 35-year-old is still searching for his first hit as a member of the Reds, as he's off to an 0-for-18 start. He hasn't made up for the lack of hits by showing quality plate discipline, either; he's reached base only twice via a walk and a hit by pitch.
Let’s not overreact to the addition of Asdrubal Cabrera. The veteran infielder will provide the Cincinnati Reds with a switch-hitting bench bat who’s capable of playing first and third base on occasion. But don’t expect to see Cabrera getting many starts, and don’t expect him to leapfrog Eugenio Suarez on the depth chart.
The Cincinnati Reds have activated corner infielder Asdrúbal Cabrera. To make room for him on the 26-man roster the team optioned shortstop Jose Barrero to Triple-A Louisville…. sort of. The paper move has him on the Louisville roster, but he’s been placed on the taxi squad for the road trip.
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The Cincinnati Reds, who will continue with their playoff push on Saturday night against the host Miami Marlins, might have a newcomer in the lineup. Cincinnati picked up Asdrubal Cabrera off waivers from the Arizona Diamondbacks on Friday. The veteran is expected to join the Reds in time for Saturday’s game, and he could be used as a pinch hitter as well as at any of the four infield positions.
The Reds have claimed veteran infielder Asdrubal Cabrera off waivers from the Diamondbacks, reports Jon Heyman of MLB Network (Twitter link). The teams have yet to announce the move. Cincinnati already has multiple vacancies on its 40-man roster, so the Reds will only need to open a spot on the active 26-man roster.
The Cincinnati Reds claimed veteran infielder Asdrubal Cabrera off waivers from the Arizona Diamondbacks on Friday. The 35-year-old Cabrera batted
The Arizona Diamondbacks placed Asdrubal Cabrera on waivers before the Cincinnati Reds claimed the veteran infielder Friday, according to Jon Heyman. Cabrera had been taking more days off as a regular starter amid the D-backs’ push to play their younger players. The 35-year-old infielder joined Arizona on a one-year deal...
Cabrera was claimed off waivers by the Reds on Friday, Jon Heyman of MLB Network reports. Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo recently indicated Cabrera was likely to see decreased playing time during the final month of the season, so it's not much of a surprise the team placed him on outright waivers. The 35-year-old will be joining a playoff contender in Cincinnati and should see most of his action as a reserve option at the corner infield spots. Cabrera has a .244/.324/.392 slash line with seven homers, 21 doubles, 40 RBI and 34 runs in 90 games this season.
Cabrera isn't starting Thursday's game against the Phillies. Manager Torey Lovullo said Wednesday that Cabrera may see less playing time across the final few weeks of the season, and the 35-year-old will be out of the lineup for a second straight game. Josh VanMeter will take over at the hot corner and bat third.
Arizona manager Torey Lovullo said Cabrera's playing time may drop over the final weeks of the season, Nick Piecoro of the Arizona Republic reports. Lovullo was asked about Cabrera, who has started 16 of 20 games prior to Wednesday's day off, and the manager said he's "looking to change that a little bit." He added that other veterans' playing time may diminish, but Lovullo was not specific. The young players that aren't already getting everyday at-bats are Josh VanMeter and Drew Ellis, each of whom play positions that Cabrera has filled at times this season.