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2 Everth Cabrera SS
Height/Weight: 5-10/189 | Birthdate: 11/17/1986 | Birthplace: Nandaime, Nicaragua | Bats/Throws: S/R | Team: San Diego | College: No College | MLB Experience: 6 | Salary: $1,275,000 | Owned/Started%: 93/75 | Average Draft Position: 139.11
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Everth Cabrera returns to Wednesday's lineup


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(4/16/2014) Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera is back in the lineup for Wednesday against the Rockies, after being a late scratch Tuesday with a sore right knee. He was spotted with ice on the knee after Tuesday's game, but appears to have improved enough to play through the injury.  

Everth Cabrera a late scratch Tuesday


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(4/15/2014) Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera was scratched from Tuesday's lineup with soreness in his right knee, the team announced before first pitch. The extent of the injury is not yet known, and the Padres return to action Wednesday, so he is likely day to day moving forward. 

Everth Cabrera reached base twice


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(4/5/2014) Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera raised his batting average to .316 in the early going Saturday, with a two-hit game in a 5-0 loss to the Marlins.

Cabrera picked up a pair of singles in four at-bats, while striking out in two of his appearances. Unfortunately,  he ran himself off the bases in one of his times on base, as he was caught stealing for the first time all season.

Cabrera is hitting .316 with a .350 on-base percentage through five games, with six hits in 19 at-bats, while striking out once. 


Everth Cabrera puts suspension behind him


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(2/19/2014) Spring training work has allowed Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera to put the 50-game PED suspension from 2013 behind him.

"Those two months I was thinking about my situation and the stuff that happened to me," he told the San Diego Union-Tribune. "Now I have to go to work every single day. I have to come back from zero. I did some work every day (this offseason) to get back to normal, to get that momentum back."

Cabrera quietly emerged as one of the most productive shortstops in the National League last year before the suspension. He batted .283 with 54 RBI in 381 at-bats. He also stole 37 bases.


Padres avoid arbitration with three players


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(1/17/2014) The Padres avoided arbitration with shortstop Everth Cabrera, and pitchers Tyson Ross and Ian Kennedy on Thursday. All three signed one-year deals.

Kennedy, who was in his second year of arbitration eligibility, will earn $6.1 million, according to CBSSports.com Baseball Insider Jon Heyman. He went 7-10 with a 4.91 ERA over 181 1/3 innings of work.

Cabrera, also in his second year of arbitration eligibility, will receive $2.45 million, the New York Post reports. He was limited to only 95 games after serving a 50-game suspension for performance-enhancing drugs. He stole 37 bases and owned a .283/.355/.381 slash over 381 at-bats in 2013.

In his first year of arbitration eligibility, Ross is expected to earn $1.98 million, FOX Sports reports. He went 3-8 with a 3.17 ERA and a 1.15 WHIP over 125 innings of work last season.


Padres remove Everth Cabrera from restricted list


by Al Melchior | Data Analyst
(9/30/2013) The Padres announced Monday that they reinstated shortstop Everth Cabrera  from the restricted list. Cabrera had been serving a 50-game drug suspension since Aug. 5.

Despite missing the final 50 games of the season, Cabrera finished fifth in the National League with 37 stolen bases.


Everth Cabrera speaks to teammates


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(8/7/2013) Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera spoke to teammates prior to Tuesday's game to address his recent suspension, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune.

Cabrera gave an emotional speech to the club, hitting on the same points he emphasized Monday. It was Cabrera's idea to address the team, according to manager Bud Black. Third baseman Chase Headley still has mixed feelings about the issue. "I don’t doubt his sincerity. But there’s some frustration. What’s happened hurts the team," Headley said.

Cabrera was hitting .283/.355/.381 in 381 at-bats prior to receiving his suspension. 


Padres 'fully support' suspension of Everth Cabrera


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(8/5/2013) Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera was suspended 50 games Monday for violating the joint drug prevention and treatment program in relation to the Biogenesis investigation, MLB announced. Cabrera's suspension will immediately go into effect and he will not appeal.

"The Padres fully support Major League Baseball's policy and its efforts to eliminate performance-enhancing drugs from our game," the team said in a press release. "The club will continue to stand behind the Commissioner’s Office to ensure the integrity of baseball."


Time to replace Everth Cabrera


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(8/5/2013) With the latest reports that the Padres' Everth Cabrera will not appeal the 50-game suspension expected to come his way Monday afternoon, the breakout shortstop's usefulness in Fantasy has about run out, at least in single-season leagues. In keeper leagues, you do have to worry to some degree about how much PED use may have contributed to his breakout, but he's likely keepable at such a low price that he's well worth the gamble at an especially weak position. PEDs or no PEDs, he should be a big base-stealer going forward.

But getting back to the single-season leagues, obviously, Cabrera is droppable once this news becomes official. Probably my favorite replacement available on waivers is Brad Miller, who is owned in only 42 percent of leagues. He's batting just .242 since coming up June 28 but contributes in so many other ways that he's actually the fifth-best shortstop in Head-to-Head leagues during that stretch. I like him even more than Junior Lake, whose hot start has elevated his ownership rate to 67 percent.

Of course, Nick Franklin is the absolute best choice, but at 72 percent ownership, he's most likely only available in shallower leagues. If you're strictly looking to replace Cabrera's steals, Jonathan Villar is an OK option. Xander Bogaerts is the high-upside, prospective pickup for those having to make do with an uninspiring Brian Dozier or Yunel Escobar type for now.


Report: Biogensis discipline handed down


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(8/5/2013) FOX Sports reports among the players accepting 50-game suspensions for their connection to the Biogenesis investigation are Rangers outfielder Nelson Cruz, Tigers shortstop Jhonny Peralta, Phillies reliever Antonio Bastardo, Mets infielder Jordany Valdespin , Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera, Yankees catcher Francisco Cervelli, Mariners catcher Jesus Montero, Mets outfielder Cesar Puello, Astros reliever Sergio Escalona, Padres reliever Fautino De Los Santos, Yankees outfielder Fernando Martinez and free-agent pitcher Jordan Norberto.

The report also states Athletics starting pitcher Bartolo Colon, Padres catcher Yasmani Grandal and Blue Jays outfielder Melky Cabrera will be dealt no additional discipline. Also, no violations were found against Nationals pitcher Gio Gonzalez and Orioles infielder Danny Valencia.


Better not start Everth Cabrera


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(8/2/2013) With word that MLB is expected to hand out suspensions for those involved in the Biogenesis scandal Monday, we may be witnessing the last few games of Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera's 2013 season. True, he could always appeal, but if the Tigers don't expect Jhonny Peralta to do that -- and they wouldn't have acquired Jose Iglesias if they did -- I don't know that we should be expecting it from Cabrera.

So I'm not starting him in Fantasy Week 19 (Aug. 5-11). It's simply not worth the risk. Maybe in an NL-only league, if my only alternative was Jordy Mercer, I might throw up a prayer that Cabrera fights his suspension to the bitter end, but judging by how willing Ryan Braun was to deal, I'm guessing MLB really has the goods on these players.

Surely in mixed leagues, there must be a Brad Miller or Junior Lake type you can pluck off waivers, if not a Nick Franklin type.


Everth Cabrera no longer safe


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(7/23/2013) For most of this season, I've considered the Padres' Everth Cabrera part of an elite group at shortstop that includes Troy Tulowitzki, Jean Segura, Jose Reyes, Hanley Ramirez, Ben Zobrist and Ian Desmond. But after seeing how Ryan Braun's involvement with the Biogenesis clinic cost him the rest of his season Monday, I have to drop Cabrera a notch below that group. He's part of that investigation too, you know.

Granted, he could always appeal whatever suspension comes his way, which is something Braun chose not to do, but the possibility of his season ending tomorrow deals a significant blow to his Fantasy value.

I've moved him down to eighth among shortstops in my rest-of-season rankings, behind not only those other six elite type, but also Starlin Castro. And if Asdrubal Cabrera, Elvis Andrus and Jimmy Rollins had lived up to expectations to this point, I'd have dropped him even further than that.

Clearly, he still has value. If the appeals process drags on long enough to keep him around the rest of the season, you'll still be thrilled with what he gives you. But based on the precedent Braun has set, you have to acknowledge the possibility of him giving you nothing.


National League All-Star roster announced


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(7/6/2013) The All-Star game starters were announced Saturday,  with 34 of the National League's 35 roster spots officially unveiled. The final roster spot will be decided via a fan vote prior to the game.

The National League starting lineup features Yadier Molina, Joey Votto, Brandon Phillips, Troy Tulowitzki, David Wright, Carlos Beltran, Carlos Gonzalez and Bryce Harper.

The pitching staff is made up of Clayton Kershaw, Patrick Corbin, Matt Harvey, Adam Wainwright, Jason Grilli, Jordan Zimmermann, Craig Kimbrel, Travis Wood, Jose Fernandez, Cliff Lee, Jeff Locke and Madison Bumgarner.

12 position players were selected as reserves: Andrew McCutchen, Michael Cuddyer, Buster Posey, Pedro Alvarez, Domonic Brown, Everth Cabrera, Matt Carpenter, Allen Craig, Paul Goldschmidt, Carlos Gomez, Jean Segura and Marco Scutaro

Ian Desmond, Freddie Freeman, Adrian Gonzalez, Hunter Pence and Yasiel Puig are the five players included in the Final Vote. 


Everth Cabrera goes hitless in return


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(7/5/2013) Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera went hitless in five at-bats in his return from the disabled list Friday night against the Nationals. It was Cabrera's first game since June 16, and the 0-for-5 performance drops his line to .300/.376/.411 in 280 at-bats.

Everth Cabrera ready to return


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(7/5/2013) Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera was activated from the disabled list Friday and is expected to start against the Nationals in that night's game. Cabrera had been on the disabled list since June 16 due to a hamstring injury.

Burch Smith was optioned to Triple-A Tucson to make room for him on the active roster. 


Padres set to activate Everth Cabrera on Friday


by Jack Moore | CBSSports.com
(7/4/2013) The Padres will activate Everth Cabrera from the disabled list on Friday, MLB.com reports. Cabrera will be thrown right back into the leadoff spot in the lineup in Friday's game against Boston. Cabrera owns a .305/.382/.418 line with 31 steals in 69 games this season.

Everth Cabrera might not return until Friday


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(7/3/2013) Padres shorstop Everth Cabrera (hamstring) might not return to the lineup until Friday against the Nationals, according to U-T San Diego.

Cabrera was expected to return to the lineup Thursday against the Red Sox after playing in two rehab games with Class A Fort Wayne, but the Padres didn't take into account Thursday's game would be during the day, which would mean an early travel day for Cabrera.

The thinking now is Cabrera will play three games with Fort Wayne and return Friday.


Everth Cabrera hitless in rehab debut


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(7/3/2013) Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera was hitless in three at-bats in his minor-league rehab debut Tuesday for Class A Fort Wayne. Cabrera struck out once, while playing six innings in the field.

According to MLB.com, Cabrera will play at least one more game there Wednesday, before the team intends to make a decision on whether he will return from the 15-day disabled list due to his strained left hamstring. 


Everth Cabrera will need a brief rehab stint


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(6/29/2013) Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera could return from the disabled list as early as Thursday, according to MLB.com. Cabrera is expected to start a brief minor-league rehab assignment Tuesday or Wednesday with Class A Fort Wayne before rejoining the club.

"We want to make sure that he's ready to go when he goes to play," manager Bud Black told MLB.com Saturday. "He's doing well. He's going to go through another good day today. He's going to run today."

Cabrera has been out with a strained left hamstring since June 19. He is hitting .305 with four homers and 24 RBI in 275 at-bats before landing on the shelf.


Everth Cabrera making progress


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(6/26/2013) Padres injured shortstop Everth Cabrera fielded grounders, hit and ran in the outfield before Wednesday's game against the Phillies.

He ran at about 75 percent, manager Bud Black told MLB.com. Cabrera has been on the disabled list with a strained left hamstring since June 19. He is eligible to rejoin the team Tuesday at Boston.

Everth Cabrera may not need rehab


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(6/25/2013) Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera may not need any rehab games before coming off the disabled list, as manager Bud Black told MLB.com Wednesday he thinks Cabrera could return Tuesday from his left hamstring strain.

"We think there's a possibility that he may come off the disabled list on that 16th day," Black said.

Cabrera will begin running the bases and taking part in fielding practice this weekend, with an eye on an activation next Tuesday. He has been able to take batting practice in recent days, and the team hopes he can return without a trip to the minors to get his timing back.

"He's doing much better," Padres manager Bud Black said. "He's going to travel with us out east and get on the field, doing running, fielding. We'll see what happens Friday and Saturday and go from there."


Everth Cabrera hoping to return next week


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(6/25/2013) Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera is aiming for a return next Tuesday.

Padres manager Bud Black told MLB Network Radio that Cabrera will probably rejoin the team next Tuesday. If that is the case, Cabrera would take on Red Sox pitcher John Lackey in his first game since June 16. Cabrera is hitting .305/.382/.418 in 275 at-bats. 


Will Everth Cabrera be the same when he returns?


by Al Melchior | Data Analyst
(6/19/2013) Coming into this season, Fantasy owners knew that if the Padres gave Everth Cabrera a regular role, he could be a big-time steals producer. With 31 stolen bases less than halfway into the season, Cabrera has delivered as expected, but his .305 batting average has been a pleasant surprise.

Now Cabrera is on the disabled list with a hamstring strain, and understandably, owners are stashing him. We now have to live with the uncertainty over how long Cabrera will be out and how healthy he will be when he returns. What we can assess with more certainty is how well Cabrera is likely to perform should he be fully healed when he returns. He worked on his right-handed swing during the offseason, and this season Cabrera has hit .414 versus lefties, as opposed to .195 last season. Over his torrid last 28 games, Cabrera's overall batting average has surged as he has cut back dramatically on his strikeouts, though a .433 BABIP has inflated it somewhat.

It will remain to be seen whether Cabrera will be at 100 percent when he comes back and if he can sustain his recent improvements. Given how he spent his offseason and his minor-league track record of good contact skills, Cabrera is a strong bet to be a top 10 shortstop from the point of his return on forward.


Padres place Everth Cabrera on disabled list


by Jack Moore | CBSSports.com
(6/19/2013) The Padres have placed Everth Cabrera on the disabled list, the club announced Wednesday. Cabrera strained his hamstring in a stolen base attempt Sunday. It's unclear how long the speedy shortstop will be shut down, but a hamstring injury of any severity is concerning over the short and long term for any player so reliant on his speed.

Everth Cabrera expects to hit DL


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(6/19/2013) MLB.com reports Tuesday that the Padres are expected to place shortstop Everth Cabrera on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday, due to a mild strain of his left hamstring.  

Cabrera was already expected to miss the team's three-game series against the Giants ending Wednesday, and it looks like this injury will cost him a few weeks of action. The move is expected to come Wednesday, if it does.