Cabrera started at first base and went 0-for-5 with four strikeouts in Friday's 6-5 extra-inning loss to the Angels.
This was Cabrera's first start in the field since he returned from the injured list June 4. He served as a pinch hitter for his first four appearances then as the designated hitter Thursday. The veteran infielder is hitless in 11 at-bats with a sacrifice fly since his return.
Cabrera flew out as a pinch hitter in Sunday's 2-0 loss to Milwaukee.
Cabrera was activated from the injured list Friday and has entered the last three games as a pinch hitter, going 0-for-2 with an RBI sacrifice fly during that span. The Diamondbacks are off Monday, so there's a chance that the veteran infielder could return to the starting lineup Tuesday or Wednesday in Oakland.
Cabrera entered as a pinch hitter Saturday for the second straight game, striking out for starter Merrill Kelly in a 7-5 loss to Milwaukee.
Cabrera, who was activated from the injured list Friday, has appeared as a pinch hitter in each of the two games since. Per Steve Gilbert of MLB.com, Cabrera is running at about 80 percent, but the infielder was anxious to get back. He had been playing four to five games per week prior to the injury, but Cabrera could be restricted in the short term.
Cabrera entered as a pinch hitter and drove in a run with a sacrifice fly in Friday's 5-1 loss to the Brewers.
Cabrera was activated from the injured list Friday, beating the worst-case prognosis by a week. The most-recent report indicated the infielder was running at 70 to 80 percent, but manager Torey Lovullo told Nick Piecoro of the Arizona Republic that Cabrera is "ready for this." The obvious question is how much playing time the 35-year-old will get on a team that owns the worst record in baseball. He was playing steadily before the injury, although never more than two consecutive days, but that was before Arizona lost 20 of 23 contests.
Cabrera (hamstring) was activated from the 10-day injured list Friday.
Cabrera was expected to face a four-week absence when he landed on the injured list in mid-May, but he beat that timeline for his return. He hit quite well before suffering a hamstring injury, posting a .289/.393/.474 slash line. Cabrera isn't in the starting lineup for Friday's game against the Brewers, but he should feature regularly moving forward. Seth Frankoff (forearm) landed on the injured list in a corresponding move.
Cabrera (hamstring) has been running at 70-80 percent recently, Zach Buchanan of The Athletic reports.
Cabrera has been taking live at-bats over the past week, and he's also been able to increase his running intensity after only being able to jog slowly out of the batter's box at the end of May. Manager Torey Lovullo called the 35-year-old's progress a "miracle" since his injury was initially believed to be quite serious. However, Cabrera still doesn't have a clear timetable to return.
Cabrera (hamstring) has been taking at-bats since last week while jogging slowly out of the batter's box at Arizona's extended spring training site, Nick Piecoro of the Arizona Republic reports.
Cabrera, who had considered surgery for the right hamstring strain, should be able to test the injury at a near full-run pace this week. Manager Torey Lovullo is enthused by the pace of Cabrera's recovery. "He continues to push very hard to get as live of at-bats as he possibly can," Lovullo said. "He wants to return as quickly as he possibly can." The goal for the last-place Diamondbacks should be to get the 35-year-old utility infielder back, establish his health, then flip him for a prospect before the trade deadline.
Cabrera (hamstring) will not have surgery, Nick Piecoro of the Arizona Republic reports.
The Diamondbacks will evaluate Cabrera weekly to get a sense of where he's at in the recovery process. In opting for the conservative route, Cabrera is choosing a lengthier rehab. His timetable for a return is weeks, if not months.
Cabrera (hamstring) said he was feeling better Saturday and is hopeful surgery will not be required, Jake Rill of MLB.com reports.
Cabrera also acknowledged that doctors told him he could potentially be out at least four weeks due to the injury. The 35-year-old infielder has appeared at third base (27 games) and first base (nine) for the Diamondbacks.
Cabrera landed on the 10-day injured list with a strained right hamstring Friday.
Cabrera left Thursday's game against the Marlins with the injury. An MRI revealed that it was serious enough to sideline him for at least 10 games, though it's not yet clear when he's expected to return. Nick Heath was called up in a corresponding move.
Cabrera (hamstring) will undergo an MRI on Friday, Zach Buchanan of The Athletic reports.
Cabrera was diagnosed with a hamstring strain after exiting Thursday's contest early. The severity of the injury is not yet known, though the results of the imaging should shed light on a general timeline for Cabrera's return to the field.
Cabrera was diagnosed with a strained right hamstring after exiting Thursday's contest.
Cabrera suffered the injury while stealing a base in the seventh inning. He had to be helped off the field by trainers and could be in line to miss some time. Josh VanMeter could be the beneficiary of Cabrera's absence.
Cabrera exited Thursday's game in the seventh inning with an apparent injury to his right leg, Zach Buchanan of The Athletic reports.
Cabrera successfully stole second base but was hurt in the process. He was helped off the field by trainers, though there has been no official diagnosis to this point.
Cabrera started at first base and went 0-for-4 in Wednesday's 3-2 loss to the Marlins.
Cabrera filled in for the injured Christian Walker (oblique), who was sent to the injured list for the second time this season, and made his eighth appearance at first base. The Diamondbacks are expected to use a rotation of players to cover for Walker and have been careful not to extend the 35-year-old Cabrera.
Cabrera went 4-for-5 with a three-run home run and a double in Tuesday's 11-3 victory over the Marlins.
The veteran infielder's fourth hit of the night was a three-run shot to right field that put the exclamation point on the blowout win. Cabrera has now collected at least one hit in five straight games, going 9-for-18 with two homers and six RBI over the span. The 35-year-old is slashing .290/.398/.486 overall this season.
Cabrera hit a solo home run in his only at-bat in Sunday's 4-2 loss to the Mets.
Cabrera came into the game as a defensive replacement for Eduardo Escobar in the seventh inning. The 35-year-old Cabrera's lone at-bat came in the eighth, and he took Mets reliever Jacob Barnes deep for the final run of the game. Cabrera has racked up four hits in his last 10 at-bats. The infielder is slashing .263/.378/.424 with three home runs, 13 RBI, 17 runs scored and no stolen bases in 119 plate appearances. His versatility around the infield will keep him in the lineup more often than not, but third base has been his main position this season.
Cabrera is not in the lineup Sunday versus the Mets.
Cabrera started the past five games and will receive a day off after going 6-for-21 with a double, a walk and two runs during that stretch. Eduardo Escobar will move to third base while Josh VanMeter starts at the keystone for Arizona.
Cabrera went 3-for-5 with a double in Tuesday's 9-3 loss to the Marlins.
The veteran infielder continues to give Arizona a solid bat at the top of the order. Over the last 12 games, Cabrera has hit .342 (13-for-38), but a lack of support around him in the lineup has left him with only three RBI and seven runs over that stretch.
Cabrera is not in the lineup Sunday against the Rockies.
Cabrera has an .846 OPS over his past 11 games and will take a seat for Sunday's series finale. Eduardo Escobar will start at third base while Josh VanMeter works at the keystone for the Diamondbacks.
Cabrera started at first base and went 2-for-2 with a double, two walks, two RBI and a run scored in Friday's 7-2 win over the Rockies.
Cabrera has started at all the infield positions and should continue to rotate in at first with Christian Walker (oblique) still on the injured list, although he's started hitting. Manager Troy Lovullo has been careful with the 35-year-old infielder; Cabrera has not started three consecutive days all season. In instances where he's appeared on a third consecutive day, it's been as a pinch hitter. Cabrera is slashing .257/.385/.419 with two home runs and 12 RBI in 23 games.
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|06/12||vs LAA||L 7-8||1||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|06/11||vs LAA||L 5-6||5||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|06/09||@ OAK||L 0-4||3||0||0||0||0||1||0|
|06/08||@ OAK||L 2-5||1||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|06/06||@ MIL||L 0-2||1||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|06/05||@ MIL||L 5-7||1||0||0||0||0||0||0|
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|2010||ASX-Mahoning Valley Scra||2||6||0||2||1||0||0||2||1||1||0||0||.333||.429||.500|
|2017||AFA-St. Lucie Mets||2||8||1||3||0||0||0||1||--||--||0||0||.375||.375||.375|