Latest Update Asdrubal Cabrera back in starting lineup Sunday Sun Jul, 27, 11:22 AM
Has developed an excellent power bat (especially from the left side) and shows the ability to be a regular RBI producer. He's also speedy enough to be a decent stolen-base threat on the basepaths.
Flaws: : Strikes out a bit too much, especially vis-a-vis his walks total. Makes his share of errors from shortstop. Was somewhat injury-prone in his earlier days, but he seems to have gotten healthier with time.
After missing five-straight games due to lower-back spasms, Cabrera is finally ready to return. He'll be back at shortstop Sunday and is batting second in the order.Analyst: Howard Bender
Cabrera has now missed four-straight games with the back issue, but has increased his pre-game warm-up activity lately. He'll sit out again Saturday, but could be used off the bench if necessary.Analyst: Howard Bender
Cabrera has been out of action since going down with a back injury after just one at-bat in Monday's game, but the team remains optimistic that he will be able to return to the starting lineup at early as Saturday. Even if it takes him an extra day or two to get back in the mix, there is no disabled list stint in sight, which is a great sign in itself. Analyst: Matthew Beck
He was removed from Monday's game after only one at-bat due to back spasms. The injury hasn't got better so he will sit for tonight's game, despite the great matchup vs Yohan Pino.Analyst: Mark Kaplan