Latest Update Padres have non-tendered Everth Cabrera. Tue Dec, 02, 09:31 PM
Has outstanding speed, switch-hitting ability and a slick glove for the middle infield. Makes things happen as a base-stealer and rarely gets caught.
Flaws: : Swings too freely for a player with so little home-run power in his bat. Makes his share of errors in the infield. His decision-making is questionable.
This isn't very shocking considering the troubles Cabrera dealt with during the 2014 season. He led the National League in stolen bases just three seasons ago and has certainly been a solid defender, but the Padres probably don't want the hassle. Cabrera will become a free agent and should have no problem finding work with another team.Analyst: David Kerr
Cabrera struggled this season hitting .232 over 90 games as he was limited for a majority of the season with a variety of injuries.Analyst: Jonathan Impemba
Cabrera hasn't played since mid-August when he suffered a hamstring strain. He'd anticipated a return this week, but with the Padres well out of contention, pushing him back into action isn't a priority. He's a good rebound candidate in drafts next spring. Analyst: Spencer Silva
Cabrera continues to deal with hamstring injuries that have kept him out of the Padres lineup since August 10th.Analyst: Jonathan Impemba