Cabrera is in the lineup and batting eighth for Wednesday's game against the Braves. With Jordan Pacheco and Devin Mesoraco both on the disabled list, Cabrera will assume the role as backup catcher to Tucker Barnhart. Cabrera will get the start tonight and look to continue to make the most of his opportunities as he is hitting .286/.333/.343 with four RBI, four runs and one stolen base through 12 games this season.
Cabrera is in the lineup and batting eighth for Thursday's game against the Cardinals. Cabrera will get the start while Tucker Barnhart takes the night off. The 26-year-old is hitting .353 with three RBI and a stolen base in his last five games, but doesn't receive enough playing time to be considered for fantasy at the moment.
Cabrera is in the lineup and batting eighth for Wednesday's game against the Rockies. Cabrera has only played in seven games this season, but has made the most of his time, hitting .263/.333/.263. The Venezuelan doesn't offer much fantasy value though due to his limited playing time.
Cabrera flew back to Cincinnati on Sunday to get his left ring finger examined, but was able to rejoin the team on time for Monday's game in Denver, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports. X-rays on Cabrera's finger came back negative after he suffered the injury Friday night.
Cabrera is starting Sunday's game behind the plate against the Mariners. This is a standard day off for starting catcher Tucker Barnhart. Cabrera has managed just two singles in 12 at-bats since his May 2 promotion.