Latest Update Asdrubal Cabrera is not in the Nationals' starting lineup on Sunday. Sun Sep, 14, 10:59 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.
It's a day of rest mixed with a lack of faith in his numbers against left-handed pitchers. Danny Espniosa will handle the work at second base on Sunday.Analyst: Howard Bender
Cabrera collected two hits in today's game but he still is only hitting .244 on the year. He has hit much better for Washington then he was earlier in the year, but he remains a low end middle infielder option.Analyst: Colby Conway
Cabrera hit one of the Nationals' four home runs off Dodgers starter Roberto Hernandez. After a poor month of July, Cabrera's bat has seen a minor rejuvenation moving to the National League. The home run was his 13th of the season and his fourth since joining the Nationals' lineup on August 1st. Analyst: Spencer Silva
Cabrera is batting .274 since joining the Nationals and has performed well in the National League. He is a solid own in 12-team mixed leagues and deeper and has the ability to provide decent pop out of a weak position over the final five weeks.Analyst: David Kerr