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Innings Pitched
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Wins
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Losses
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Saves
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Base on Balls (Walk)
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Earned Run Average
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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2023 0.00 0.00
2022 173.512.4 71.7 6 4 75 33 3.01 1.07
2021 172.4 26.3 3 28 19 5.81 1.63
3y Avg. 649.1 32.7 2 2 34 17 3.86 1.22
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Favorite to win fifth starter job

    Cabrera appears to be the favorite to win the final spot in the Miami rotation, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports. Sandy Alcantara, Jesus Luzardo, Trevor Rogers and Johnny Cueto will make up the top four starters for the Marlins. The battle is between Cabrera and Braxton Garrett, and Cabrera appears to have the edge after his strong showing in spring training. The fact that Garrett has a minor-league option remaining also tips the scales in Cabrera's favor. Once considered among the very best pitching prospects in baseball, Cabrera has a chance for fantasy relevancy because of his swing-and-miss arsenal, but managers should take a wait-and-see approach before investing too much in the right-hander.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Might be squeezed out of rotation

    Cabrera could be fighting with Braxton Garrett for the final spot in the Marlins' Opening Day rotation, Christina De Nicola of MLB.com reports. The offseason addition of Johnny Cueto could push a younger pitcher to Triple-A Jacksonville, although the team is also considering a six-man rotation. Cabrera was very impressive at times in 2022, riding his 96 mph fastball and nasty changeup to a 25.8 percent strikeout rate and 13.7 percent swinging strike rate, but the 24-year-old righty's 11.3 percent walk rate over 71.2 big-league innings indicates he could perhaps use some additional development time at Triple-A.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Placed on 15-day IL

    Cabrera was placed on the 15-day injured list with a right ankle sprain Monday, Christina De Nicola of MLB.com reports. Cabrera was removed from Saturday's game against the Brewers due to an ankle injury, and he'll close out the season on the injured list. The right-hander wasn't expected to make any more appearances in 2022, and it seems unlikely that his injury will impact his availability for spring training in 2023. Elieser Hernandez was called up to provide a fresh arm for the Marlins during the team's final series of the regular season.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Ready to pitch Saturday

    Cabrera (ankle) is listed as the Marlins' probable starting pitcher for Saturday's game in Milwaukee. Cabrera's inclusion on the Marlins' upcoming pitching schedule suggests that the strained right ankle he sustained in his last outing Sunday against the Nationals isn't anything too worrisome. The right-hander wrapped up September with a 2-2 record, 4.38 ERA, 1.30 WHIP and 22:11 K:BB across 24.2 innings over his five starts.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Exits with ankle strain

    Cabrera had X-rays come back negative and was diagnosed with a low-grade right ankle strain after he exited Sunday's game against the Nationals, Christina De Nicola of MLB.com reports. Cabrera tweaked his ankle while fielding a bunt during the fourth inning and was lifted from the contest, though he pleaded with manager Don Mattingly to stay in the game. The 24-year-old allowed three runs (two earned) on six hits with three strikeouts and zero walks over 3.2 innings, and he's in line for the loss with the Marlins trailing 3-0. It's unclear if the injury will affect Cabrera's availability for his next turn through the rotation, which tentatively lines up for next weekend in Milwaukee.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Picks up lackluster win

    Cabrera (6-3) yielded three runs on three hits and three walks over five innings Monday, striking out four and earning a win against the Cubs. Cabrera coughed up a pair of runs in the third inning, including Christopher Morel's solo homer, before allowing one more run in the fifth. Since turning in four straight scoreless starts, the 6-foot-5 righty has registered a 5.74 ERA over his last five outings. He's now sporting a 2.91 ERA with a 67:33 K:BB through 65 frames. Cabrera is lined up to face the Nationals at home this weekend.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Defeated by long ball Wednesday

    Cabrera (5-3) took the loss Wednesday, allowing two runs on three hits and three walks over 5.1 innings against the Phillies. He struck out four. Cabrera allowed just three hits on the evening, but unfortunately for the 24-year-old, two of them left the yard, which was enough to saddle him with the loss. While Cabrera has allowed three or fewer earned runs in all but two of his 11 starts this season, only three have gone for six or more innings, likely the result of high pitch counts associated with free passes. His three walks Wednesday give him 30 on the season, compared to 63 strikeouts.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Notches fifth win

    Cabrera (5-2) picked up the win in Friday's 6-3 victory over the Mets, giving up three runs on five hits and two walks over 5.2 innings. He struck out four. The right-hander cruised through five innings before running into trouble in the sixth. After a Pete Alonso home run was followed by a walk to Tyler Naquin, Cabrera got the hook one out short of his fourth quality start of the season. Since returning from the IL at the beginning of August, the 24-year-old's posted an impressive 2.31 ERA, 1.03 WHIP and 44:18 K:BB through 39 innings.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Strikes out seven in no-decision

    Cabrera didn't factor into the decision during Saturday's 2-1 loss to Atlanta, allowing one run on four hits and three walks with seven strikeouts in five innings. Cabrera was able to limit the damage to an Austin Riley solo shot in the fourth inning despite some traffic on the bases. The 24-year-old found the zone with 57 of 98 pitches and induced 12 swinging strikes en route to notching at least seven strikeouts for the fifth time in nine turns this season. Cabrera carries a 2.39 ERA and 1.06 WHIP into his next start, slated for next weekend against the Mets.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Stumbles against Dodgers

    Cabrera (4-2) allowed six runs on five hits and three walks over 5.2 innings Sunday, striking out five and taking a loss against the Dodgers. Cabrera gave up three runs in the first two innings, including Mookie Betts' home run to lead off the contest. The 24-year-old kept the Dodgers off the board for the next three innings before he was charged with three more runs in the sixth. Cabrera entered Sunday having yielded just six runs through 38.1 innings on the year, including a four-start scoreless streak that spanned 22.2 frames. He'll carry a 2.45 ERA into his projected start in Atlanta next weekend.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Tosses gem in win

    Cabrera (4-1) earned the win over Oakland on Monday, allowing two hits and issuing three walks while striking out seven batters over eight scoreless innings. Cabrera was dominant in the victory, breezing through a career-high eight frames on only 101 pitches. He racked up 15 swinging strikes and punched out seven batters while retiring the final 14 hitters he faced. Since returning from the injured list Aug. 5, Cabrera has made five starts and hasn't given up any runs while notching a 28:10 K:BB over 22.2 innings. Aside from a blowup June 12 when he gave up five runs over 3.2 frames against the Astros, Cabrera has been almost impossible to score upon this season. He carries a tidy 1.41 ERA through 38.1 innings on the campaign.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Sleeper pitchers for Week 21 (Aug. 22-28)

    Through six starts, the rookie has a swinging-strike rate as good as Gerrit Cole, a ground-ball rate better than Sandy Alcantara and four pitches with a whiff rate of 30 percent or better. Against the Athletics, Cabrera is a gimme, and a second start doesn't hurt even if it's against the Dodgers.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Possible waiver wire pickups

    Cabrera wasn't at his most efficient in his latest start Tuesday, lasting only four innings, which could cause it to go overlooked. But it was still a good start. He didn't allow a run. He struck out seven. He continued to bolster what's becoming one of the most imposing profiles of any big-league pitcher. Not only is his 13.9 percent swinging-strike rate equal to Gerrit Cole's but he also has at least a 30 percent whiff rate on four different pitches, all of which he throws at least 15 percent of the time. Factor in a ground-ball rate even higher than Sandy Alcantara's, and control is about the only thing that could bring Cabrera down. He's managed well enough even with it being as shaky as it's been so far.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Fans seven in no-decision

    Cabrera struck out seven in four scoreless innings while allowing three hits, two walks and a hit batsman in a 4-3 win Tuesday against San Diego. He did not factor into the decision. Cabrera wasn't as sharp as he had been in his previous two starts but still managed to hold the Padres scoreless. He needed 91 pitches to complete the four frames and was taken out before he could face the lineup a third time. Since returning from an elbow injury at the beginning of August, Cabrera has allowed a single run in 14.2 innings, striking out 21 and allowing just six singles. His next start will likely be early next week in Oakland.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Shuts down Phillies

    Cabrera (3-1) allowed three hits and two walks while striking out six across 5.2 scoreless innings to earn the win Thursday against the Phillies. Cabrera took his second turn through the rotation since being activated from the injured list Aug. 5. He generated seven groundball outs and 11 swinging strikes across 91 pitches to shut down the Phillies' offense. Cabrera has been impressive in his pair of starts since returning, throwing 10.2 scoreless frames with a 14:5 K:BB. For the season, he has a 2.05 ERA across just 26.1 innings.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Possible waiver wire pickups

    Cabrera got his first chance to step into the Marlins rotation (this year, anyway) back in June, remember, and one-hit the Rockies over six innings. He then two-hit the Nationals in his second start before running into trouble in his third. That's when he hit the IL with elbow tendinitis. He was sidelined for two months before coming back Friday, and what did he do then? He no-hit the Cubs over five innings. Even on his rehab assignment, he allowed just one hit in 12 innings. Sure, there are control issues, but the guy's nearly unhittable. He has plenty of weapons to work with, too, recording at least three swinging strikes on four different pitches Friday for a total of 17. We've seen him be a big bat-misser in the minors already, and he may finally be poised to take off in the majors.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Gets another start

    Cabrera is scheduled to start Thursday's series finale in Philadelphia. Miami plugged Cabrera back into its rotation in his return from the 15-day injured list Friday, and the right-hander came through with a dominant outing, striking out eight and issuing three walks over five no-hit scoreless innings. Cabrera will be rewarded with another turn Thursday, but unless the Marlins permanently expand to a six-man rotation, he may not be long for a starting role. Trevor Rogers (back) is scheduled to make a rehab start Tuesday for Double-A Jacksonville and could come off the IL to replace Cabrera in the big-league rotation as soon as Sunday.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Dominant in five-inning start

    Cabrera struck out eight batters while walking three in five hitless, scoreless innings Friday against the Cubs. He did not factor into the decision. A lack of run support meant the Marlins couldn't turn Cabrera's dominance into a win, but the team could hardly have asked for more from the second-year righty. The first inning represented the only time the Cubs would get a runner in scoring position thanks to a pair of walks, and Cabrera ended that jam as quickly as possible with a double play. For the next four frames, all he would allow was a two-out walk. The fact that the outing came in his first start following a trip to the injured list due to elbow tendinitis makes it all the more impressive. The Marlins' plans for the young righty the rest of the way haven't been officially confirmed, but he'll presumably remain in the rotation as long as he pitches anything close to how he pitched Friday.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Starting Friday

    Cabrera is starting Friday against the Cubs, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. Cabrera seemed likely to start Friday after he was reinstated from the 15-day injured list Thursday, and the Marlins confirmed him as the starter a few hours before the start of the game. Over his three starts this season, he's posted a 3.45 ERA and 1.21 WHIP in 15.2 innings. Manager Don Mattingly didn't commit to a pitch count for Cabrera ahead of the game but said that the team will be cautious with him during Friday's start after the right-hander threw just 61 pitches during his final rehab start July 28, McPherson reports.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Activated from injured list

    Cabrera (elbow) was activated from the 15-day injured list and recalled by Miami on Thursday, Christina De Nicola of MLB.com reports. Cabrera has been sidelined since June 15 with right elbow tendinitis. The team has made no formal announcement, but Cabrera is likely to start Friday against the Cubs. The Marlins will likely watch his workload carefully, especially because he threw only 44 pitches in his most recent rehab outing.
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