- Orlando Cabrera Says No Mas
in French Canada, and only 72 games in Boston (regular season and playoffs), Orlando Cabrera will forever be remembered for his time in Beantown. In that way, his career is a cruel synecdoche for the Expo
- Giants Acquire Orlando Cabrera
Not content with Jeff Keppinger and Carlos Beltran as trade deadline acquisitions, the San Francisco Giants added veteran middle infielder Orlando Cabrera to the mix. In exchange for Cabrera
- The Twins Acquire Orlando Cabrera
The Twins picked up shortstop Orlando Cabrera from the As, looking to solidify their middle infield as they chase the Tigers and fend off the White Sox in hopes of a AL Central title.
- Has Orlando Cabrera Lost a Step?
When the Athletics signed Orlando Cabrera to a one-year, $4-million-dollar deal late in the offseason, Dave Cameron was not alone in lauding Billy Beane for another veteran steal.
- Orlando to Cincinnati
the position on Monday, as the team agreed to a one-year contract with Orlando Cabrera that will pay the 35-year-old 3.02 million dollars.
Cabrera is a known quantity when it comes to his batting
- A's Sign Cabrera
The AL West continues to get more interesting. Capitalizing on a winter of depressed salaries, the A's today signed shortstop Orlando Cabrera to a one year, $4 million deal - according to our dollar
- Miguel Cabrera's MoTown Hacking
Since bursting onto the scene as a precocious 20 year-old and helping the Florida Marlins capture a World Series title in 2003, Miguel Cabrera has remained an offensive powerhouse. A career .309/.381
- Don't Blink: Everth Cabrera
. They started the season with Orlando Hudson at second base and Jason Bartlett at shortstop. After miserable starts for both (and an injury to Bartlett), the Padres recalled Cabrera in late May and he
- Asdrubal Cabrera: I Believe In You
“At the suggestion of Orlando Cabrera, Asdrubal is taking bigger hacks at certain pitches. Moreover, he no longer chokes up on the bat unless he has two strikes on him.”
As Joe Pawl wrote in his April 12th
- 2nd Basemen Making an Impact: Sanchez, Cabrera and Lopez
him to be a backup soon.
Orlando Cabrera – 28% owned – 39/0.333/1/0 – Orlando has moved to 2B in Cleveland and help solidify the the position for the Indians. Most of his current value is from
- Plate Discipline Strikes Again: Asdrubal Cabrera
in contact jumped to five percent, his previous high had only been a bit over two percent in his 2007 and 2008. (I will leave it to the reader to decide whether or not Orlando Cabrera's mentorship
- Daily Graphing - Orlando Hernandez
Pending commissioner approval, the White Sox will send Orlando "El Duque" Hernandez to the Diamondbacks along with Luis Vizcaino, and minor league outfielder Chris Young in exchange for Javier
- Projecting Orlando Arcia
Milwaukee shortstop Orlando Arcia has been on the prospect radar for a few years now, but his stock has risen significantly over the past year or so. He's been posting impressive strikeout and stolen
- Whither Orlando Hudson?
One of the more silent names on the winter market thus offseason has been of Orlando Hudson's. While the demand for shortstops appears strong amongst contending teams, the second base market
- On Orlando Arcia's Lack of Power
players is shortstop prospect Orlando Arcia. Kiley McDaniel deemed Arcia the Brewers best prospect over the winter, and the 20-year-old has lived up to that billing with a hot start to 2015.
- Dispatch From Orlando, #1
- Dispatch From Orlando, #2
- Hey, Orlando Cepeda Knows English
ourselves an excellent story about how certain white players did not particularly enjoy hearing Spanish on the field.
In a Giants-Reds game, Orlando Cepeda was on second with Matty Alou batting. Cepeda
- Orlando Hudson on African-Americans in Baseball
Orlando Hudson has been outspoken — at times, controversial — when it comes to African-Americans in baseball. The San Diego Padres second baseman cares deeply about the subject, and his knowledge