Hardball Talk "Veteran infielder Everth Cabrera has agreed to a minor-league deal with the Giants, according to Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com. Cabrera signed a one-year, $2.4 million contract with the Orioles this offseason only to be released last week after hitting .208 with a .479 OPS in 29 games." July 16
Baltimore Sun "The Orioles have placed infielder Everth Cabrera on the disabled list with a bruised left foot to create roster space to activate shortstop J.J. Hardy from the DL. Orioles manager Buck Showalter said the team planned to take X-rays on Cabrera’s foot, which was hit by a pitch in the fifth inning..." May 07
ESPN "If not for his offseason problems, Everth Cabrera would likely have already been signed to a deal for 2015. There is still plenty of risk tied to the shortstop, making it unclear which teams, if any, are willing to roll the dice on the free agent. As Dennis Lin of the San Diego Union-Tribune..." January 27
everth cabrera could become a 2b consideration for jays. weeks seems to be further down their list.
San Diego Union-Tribune "The case of Everth Cabrera, the former Padres shortstop who has been charged with resisting arrest, has been continued until March, a San Diego County District Attorney spokesman said. Cabrera, who last month pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor charge, had been scheduled for a readiness hearing..." January 15
San Diego Union-Tribune "Everth Cabrera plead not guilty to a misdemeanor account of resisting arrest Thursday via fax, a San Diego County District Attorney spokesman said. The former Padres shortstop requested the counter arraignment in lieu of the formal proceeding, which was scheduled Monday as Major League Baseball’s..." December 06
#Padres non-tender Everth Cabrera. Yonder Alonso is safe for now.
San Diego Union-Tribune "San Diego’s District Attorney’s office has filed a criminal complaint against Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera for resisting an officer’s order by force in September when he was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of marijuana, a spokesman said Thursday morning. If convicted of..." November 06
Hardball Talk "Padres infielder Everth Cabrera was arrested Wednesday morning for driving under the influence of marijuana. TMZ reports: A rep for the California Highway Patrol confirms … U.S. border patrol agents initially made contact with the 27-year-old near a checkpoint on the 94 Freeway around 12:30..." September 06
Cabrera scratch from Sunday lineup. His first daughter was born this a.m.
#Padres and Evereth Cabrera agree at $2.45M, avoid arbitration
MLB.com "In a closed clubhouse meeting shortstop Everth Cabrera addressed the Padres prior to Tuesday's game against the Orioles with words that the players described as emotional. Cabrera was suspended 50 games Monday without pay for violating MLB's Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program that will..." August 07
Yahoo! Sports "The vast majority of players implicated in the Biogenesis investigation plan on accepting suspensions of at least 50 games major league sources told Yahoo! Sports with a notable exception: New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez continues to hold out in spite of threats from Major League Baseball to..." July 31
New York Daily News "Major League Baseball officials told union leaders during a meeting at the Players Association’s midtown Manhattan offices on Tuesday that they plan to suspend Alex Rodriguez and eight other players who allegedly obtained performance-enhancing drugs from a South Florida anti-aging clinic. Most..." July 31
San Diego Union-Tribune "The Padres placed shortstop Everth Cabrera on the disabled list Wednesday morning with a left hamstring strain prior to to the rubber match of a three-game series against the Giants at AT&T Park in San Francisco (12:40 p.m.). Cabrera suffered the hamstring injury last Sunday against Arizona at..." June 19
San Diego Union-Tribune "According to a new report, Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera and reliever Fautino De Los Santos are among the latest names on a list of players linked to Anthony Bosch's controversial Biogenesis clinic. As reported by ESPN.com's Mike Fish and T.J. Quinn: "Sources said the players, like those who..." February 20
ESPN "Five more professional baseball players have connections to a South Florida clinic at the heart of a widening doping scandal, according to documents obtained by "Outside the Lines." The new players listed in documents from the Biogenesis of America clinic run by Anthony Bosch: San Diego Padres..." February 19