Everth Cabrera Stats Summary
Everth Cabrera Career Stats
Everth Cabrera 1 SS
- Full Name: Everth Cabrera
- Born: November 17, 1986
- Age: 28
- Birthplace: Nandaime, Nicaragua
- Bats: S
- Throws: R
- Height: 5' 10"
- Weight: 190
- School: Instituto Autonoma Jose Estrada, NIC
- MLB Debut: 04/08/2009
2014: Played in 90 games with San Diego, missing time due to two stints on the disabled list with a left hamstring strain...Made his fourth career Opening Day roster and started at shortstop on Opening Night, March 30 vs. LAD…Over 27 games in April he hit .289 (33-114), the most hits by a Padre in April since 2007 when Adrian Gonzalez had 34 hits...Hit .253 (21-83) against left-handed pitching and .226 (62-274) against right-handers...Placed on the 15-day DL on July 2 with a left hamstring strain, missing 22 games before being reinstated on July 29...Returned from his ﬁrst stint on the DL by hitting .350 (14-40) over 10 games from July 29 through August 9 before landing on the DL again and missing the remainder of the season...On June 20 vs. LAD, came up with his fourth career game-ending RBI with a sac ﬂy in the ninth inning off Kenley Jansen for a 6-5 Padres win...On August 3 vs. ATL, came through with a game-winning RBI-single in the 10th inning to give the Padres a 4-3 win.
2013: Hit a career-high .283 in 95 games while being named a 2013 National League All-Star before having his season cut short due to a 50-game suspension...Also posted career-highs in hits (108) and home runs (four) while tying his career-high in RBI (31, also 2009)...Finished ninth in the majors and fifth in the National League with 37 stolen bases in 49 attempts, despite playing in just 95 games...Earned his first career All-Star selection, but did not appear in game…Became the fourth shortstop in Padres history to be named an All-Star, joining Ozzie Smith (1981), Garry Templeton (1985) and Tony Fernandez (1992)…Was the sixth middle infielder to make an All-Star team in Padres history, also joining second basemen Roberto Alomar (1990) and Mark Loretta (2004)...Stole the 100th base of his career on May 25 at Arizona in the first inning of his 344th career game; Became the second-fastest Padre to 100 steals in team history in terms of games played behind Alan Wiggins (100 SB in his 228th game played as a Padre)...Suspended for the final 50 games of the season for violations of MLB's Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Became the first Padre to lead the National League in steals when he swiped 44 to lead the NL in 2012...Was successful on 28 consecutive stolen base attempts with San Diego from September, 2010 - August, 2012...Made MLB debut on 4/8/09 and doubled off of the Dodgers' Cory Wade for his first big league hit...Hit first big league home run on 7/27/09 at Cincinnati, a solo shot off of Homer Bailey...His second big league home run was a walk-off grand slam off of the Mets' Francisco Rodriguez, 8/7/09...Ranked among NL rookies in stolen bases (2nd, 25) and stolen base percentage (75.8) in 2009.
PERSONAL: Everth Cabrera was signed by Baltimore as a free agent on 2/25/15...Originally signed by Colorado as a non-drafted free agent on 6/11/04...Drafted by the Padres from the Rockies in the 2008 rule 5 draft...Attended Instituto Autonoma Jose Estrada in Nicaragua...Was named the Professional Sports Athlete of the Year in Nicaragua in both 2009 and 2012...Is the third player from Nicaragua (and first position player) to be named an MLB All-Star, joining Dennis Martinez (4 times) and Vicente Padilla (1 time).