Cabrera was released by the White Sox on Friday, Dan Hayes of CSN Chicago reports. Cabrera, who hasn't played in the major leagues since a short stint with the Orioles in 2015, was hitting just .201/.284/.249 over 52 games with Triple-A Charlotte this season, giving the White Sox little reason to keep the veteran in their organization. He'll look to latch on elsewhere in hopes of continuing his playing career.
Cabrera signed a minor league contract with the White Sox, Matt Eddy of Baseball America reports. The 30-year-old hasn't played in the majors since 2015, when he struggled to a .208/.250/.229 line in 96 at-bats with Baltimore. He led the league in stolen bases in 2012 and was an All-Star in 2013, both with the Padres, however he has yet to come close to that success since. Not much should be expected from the former speedster, who will likely provide needed middle-infield depth to the White Sox.
The Giants parted ways with shortstop Everth Cabrera on Wednesday, reports CSN Bay Area. Cabrera was signed to a minor-league deal earlier this season, but was never called up.
The Giants have signed infielder Everth Cabrera to a minor-leage deal, CBSSports.com Baseball Insider Jon Heyman reports. Cabrera was released by the Orioles in the middle of June after batting .208 in 96 at-bats. The former All-Star also spent time on the disabled list this season with a foot injury.
The Orioles released shortstop Everth Cabrera on Saturday, per CSNBaltimore.com. Cabrera was designated for assignment on June 5. He struggled mightily this season as he managed to hit just .208 in 29 games before a foot injury landed him on the disabled list.