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ASDRUBAL CABRERA RUMORS

WATCH: Asdrubal Cabrera throw a bullet to get Young Jr. out

It always seems like the Nationals have the most talented infield in all of baseball. Even though I am bias about the Nats, the stats show that it is true. Last night in the sixth inning, Tanner Roark bounced a throw to first base, which allowed the speedy Eric Young Jr to pass second base and go to third. Unknowingly to almost everyone, Asdrubal Cabrera was able to throw a bullet...
Via DC Sports-Kings
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Nationals Injury Update: Asdrubal Cabrera exits early

After going 2 for 3 with a walk, RBI and run scored, Washington Nationals second baseman Asdrubal Cabrera was taken out of Sunday's 14-6 victory over the San Francisco Giants when he experienced right ribcage tightness, reports Daniel Popper of MLB.com. He was replaced by Danny Espinosa, who went 2 for 2 with a homer.The win put the Nationals eight games over the Atlanta...
Via Sports Injury Alert
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Asdrubal Cabrera's incredible behind-the-back flip (Video)

Among the highights of Walk-off Weekend for the Nats: Asdrubal Cabrera's incredible behind-the-back flip to Ian Desmond to start a double play in the top of the 8th inning on Sunday. Video above, enjoy it over and over again. Meanwhile, it seems Nats fans (on Twitter) are still trying to settle on a nickname for Cabrera. We're not sure he'd be thrilled with "ASSCAB...
Via Nationals Enquirer
August 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Watch: Asdrubal Cabrera’s behind-the-back throw to start double play

Your browser does not support iframes. Asdrubal Cabrera is proving to be a great pickup by Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo. Cabrera has fit right in at second base next to Ian Desmond. He has made a series of web gem plays, but none may have been more impressive than his behind-the-back throw to Desmond to start a 4-6-3 double play in the eighth inning. Cabrera was able to get...
Via KCM Sports
August 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Washington Nationals acquire Matt Thornton

The Washington Nationals filled their infield need at the trade deadline by adding Asdrubal Cabrera, however questions remained in the struggling Washington bullpen. Mike Rizzo attempted to improve the bullpen on Tuesday afternoon by claiming Thornton on waivers from the New York Yankees. Thanks to the Yankees need for financial and roster flexibility, he was made available after...
Via isportsweb.com
August 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Washington Nationals: Evaluating the deadline moves

While many potential trades were rumored, and others were explored by General Manager Mike Rizzo, the Washington Nationals remained relatively quiet at the trade deadline. Washington made only one trade, acquiring Asdrubal Cabrera from the Cleveland Indians. The next couple of months will tell if the addition of Cabrera is enough to propel the Nationals into World Series contention...
Via isportsweb.com
August 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Orioles Rumors: Baltimore tried to acquire Asdrubal Cabrera before deadline

The Baltimore Orioles sit in first place in the American League East with a record of 61-48, two and a half games ahead of the Toronto Blue Jays. At 11th in the league in runs scored and 13th in pitching, the Orioles are looking to improve in both areas for the stretch run the final two months of the season. Despite showing interest, one player the Orioles missed out on is Asdrubal...
Via Sports Rumor Alert
August 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Indians trade Asdrubal Cabrera, Sell at Deadline

Asdrubal Cabrera became the second Cleveland Indian moved before the MLB trading deadline on Thursday afternoon. Cleveland shipped their veteran shortstop off to the Washington Nationals in return for shortstop Zach Walters. Cabrera joins starting pitcher Justin Masterson in being shipped out of Cleveland prior to the deadline. Both Masterson and Cabrera have expiring contracts at...
Via Cleveland Sports Chat
July 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Cabrera for Walters....was it worth it?

Asdrubal Cabrera was a guy who everyone knew would be traded. His expiring deal and the Indians depth at shortstop made it pretty clear he would end the season with another team. Indians fans grew to dislike Asdrubal over the years. It got to the point where fans could not see the value in him despite what the numbers showed. Is Asdrubal a great player? No. He isn’t really a good...
Via Indians Baseball Insider
July 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Indians trade Cabrera to Nationals, receive shortstop Walters

The Cleveland Indians completed a trade with the Washington Nationals on Thursday just an hour before the trade deadline sending shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera to the Nationals in exchange for shortstop Zach Walters. The Indians also sent the Nationals cash in the deal and are paying the remaining portion of his salary this season. Cabrera, 28, was hitting .246 with 9 HR, 40 RBI and...
Via Indians Baseball Insider
July 31, 2014  |  Discuss
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