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2022 1032.3 21 6 19 15 3 .247
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  • Yankees' Oswaldo Cabrera: Adds center field to repertoire

    Cabrera made his professional debut in center field in the Yankees' Grapefruit League game against St. Louis on Wednesday, Pete Caldera of reports. Cabrera played mostly at second base and shortstop in the minors, but he was used more versatilely after being called up to the Yankees last season, logging time at all four infield positions and both corner-outfield spots. In his pro debut in center during Wednesday's exhibition, he made a diving catch and didn't show any signs of struggle, perhaps giving the team some confidence in his ability to play there. It's unclear if the Yankees are considering putting Cabrera in center field at any time during the regular season, but there may be a need for more depth there after Harrison Bader was sent for tests Thursday due to discomfort in his left oblique.
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  • Yankees' Oswaldo Cabrera: Bows out of starting nine

    Cabrera is out of the lineup Wednesday for Game 1 of the Yankees' American League Championship Series matchup with the Astros, Marly Rivera of reports. Cabrera will take a seat for the first time in the postseason after he started either at shortstop or in left field during the Yankees' five-game series victory over the Guardians in the past week. He went 2-for-19 in those contests and could be in danger of losing out on playing time in the ALDS if manager Aaron Boone elects to have Giancarlo Stanton play regularly in left field.
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  • Yankees' Oswaldo Cabrera: Likely starting at shortstop Monday

    Cabrera will likely start at shortstop for Game 5 of the ALDS against the Guardians on Monday, Chris Kirschner of The Athletic reports. Cabrera drew the start at shortstop for Sunday's Game 4 win over Cleveland and went 0-for-4 with a pair of strikeouts. In spite of his struggles at the plate, manager Aaron Boone said after the game that the 23-year-old will likely be in the lineup for a second consecutive matchup as the Yankees attempt to advance to the ALCS.
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  • Yankees' Oswaldo Cabrera: Accounts for team's only run Friday

    Cabrera went 2-for-4 with a solo home run in Friday's loss to Baltimore. The Yankees struggled to produce offense against a trio of Orioles pitchers, finishing with just one run and four hits. Cabrera produced two of the knocks and accounted for the team's lone run with his solo homer to right field in the fifth inning. The rookie has hit five homers for the Yankees this season, all of which have come in his past 16 games. He's slashing .316/.409/.667 with 12 RBI, 15 runs and three stolen bases over that stretch.
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  • Yankees' Oswaldo Cabrera: Swipes third bag

    Cabrera went 1-for-4 with a stolen base in Monday's 3-2 extra-inning loss to the Blue Jays. The rookie has three steals since his promotion in mid-August, but all three have come in his last 11 games, a stretch during which Cabrera's slashing .316/.422/.658 with four doubles, three homers, nine RBI and 11 runs. The 23-year-old's surprising production down the stretch has locked him into a starting role as the Yankees prepare to clinch the AL East title and get ready for the playoffs.
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  • Yankees' Oswaldo Cabrera: Notches second theft

    Cabrera went 1-for-3 with a double, a run and a stolen base in a 2-0 win against the Red Sox on Sunday. Cabrera did all his damage in the fourth, lacing a leadoff double, stealing third and scoring to plate New York's first run. Cabrera has upped his performance over the last week and a half, batting 11-for-34 with three homers, three doubles and two stolen bases.
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  • Yankees' Oswaldo Cabrera: Cranks grand slam in win

    Cabrera went 2-for-4 with a home run, a double, five RBI and two runs scored in Wednesday's 14-2 win over the Pirates. The rookie got the Yankees on the board in a big way Wednesday, crushing a grand slam to right field to put his team up 4-0 in the first inning. Cabrera also provided insurance for New York with an RBI double in the eighth inning to put the Yankees up 8-2. He now has three multi-hit efforts in his last five games and is slashing .231/.294/.389 through 115 plate appearances this season.
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  • Yankees' Oswaldo Cabrera: Reaches five times Friday

    Cabrera went 2-for-2 with a double, three walks and a run in Friday's loss to Milwaukee. Cabrera not only reached base in all five of his plate appearances, he also showed off his defensive versatility, switching between right field, first base and left field during the contest. The rookie pushed his season average over the Mendoza Line with the big performance, and he's now slashing .215/.275/.312. Cabrera has reached base in each of his past five contests and is slashing .333/.455/.556 with a home run, four RBI, three runs and a stolen base over that span.
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  • Yankees' Oswaldo Cabrera: Pops first big-league homer

    Cabrera went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run in Sunday's 10-4 win against Tampa Bay. Cabrera enjoyed a memorable moment in the second inning when he belted a 408-foot, two-run shot to right field for his first major-league homer. The rookie has hit safely in four of his past five games following a brutal 1-for-24 stretch at the plate. Cabrera also has five RBI and three runs over his past five contests.
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  • Yankees' Oswaldo Cabrera: Out of Thursday's lineup

    Cabrera is not in the lineup for Thursday's game against the Twins. Cabrera started the past five contests and will receive a day off after he went 2-for-19 with two RBI, a run and six strikeouts during that stretch. Aaron Hicks, Estevan Florial and Aaron Judge will start from left to right in the outfield Thursday.
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  • Yankees' Oswaldo Cabrera: Gets Friday off

    Cabrera will get the day off Friday, Marly Rivera of reports. Cabrera made 13 consecutive starts after getting the call from Triple-A, but he will miss his second straight start Friday. Aaron Judge will slide over to right field for Cabrera and Aaron Hicks will play in center.
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  • Yankees' Oswaldo Cabrera: Takes seat Wednesday

    Cabrera is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game versus the Angels. Cabrera has started all 13 games since being called up for his MLB debut Aug. 17, but he'll head to the bench Wednesday after he posted a .623 OPS in his first 50 big-league at-bats. Aaron Judge will shift to right field while Aaron Hicks starts in center.
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  • Yankees' Oswaldo Cabrera: Hits first triple

    Cabrera went 3-for-4 with a triple and a run scored in Friday's 3-2 win over the Athletics. Cabrera has feasted on Oakland pitching, going 6-for-10 in his last two games. He hit his first major-league triple Friday, doing so in his ninth game for the Yankees. The 23-year-old prospect had eight triples across parts of six minor-league seasons in his career. He has both modest power and speed, though it's his defensive versatility that will help him stick around in the majors. He's batting .286 with three extra-base hits, two RBI and three runs scored through 37 plate appearances.
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  • Yankees' Oswaldo Cabrera: Notches first three-hit game

    Cabrera went 3-for-6 with a double, a run and an RBI in Thursday's 13-4 victory against the Athletics. Cabrera struggled through his first seven major-league contests, hitting .160 with just one extra-base hit. He broke through with a three-hit performance Thursday, notching his second career double and RBI in the seventh inning. Cabrera lifted his batting average over 60 points to .226 with the big effort.
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  • Yankees' Oswaldo Cabrera: Gets fifth straight start

    Cabrera will start at shortstop and bat sixth in Sunday's game against the Blue Jays. Since his call-up Wednesday from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, Cabrera has now started in five straight games at three different positions (shortstop, third base and right field). Cabrera's versatility will help his case for earning playing time, but he'll still need to show some improvement at the plate to ensure he sticks as a regular in the lineup. Through his first four starts, Cabrera has gone 3-for-15 with six strikeouts.
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  • Yankees' Oswaldo Cabrera: Turns in uneventful debut

    Cabrera went 0-for-4 in Wednesday's victory over the Rays. Cabrera's MLB debut may have been unproductive, but his recent endeavors in Triple-A certainly haven't as the 23-year-old boasts a .375 batting average and a 1.133 OPS in 56 at-bats during his last 15 minor league games, including a game on August 14 in which he recorded two triples and a home run. In addition, the second baseman recorded one hit or more in 18 of his last 19 games with a total of 28 hits during that span prior to being called up to MLB.
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  • Yankees' Oswaldo Cabrera: Making MLB debut Wednesday

    The Yankees recalled Cabrera from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Wednesday, Mark Feinsand of reports. He'll make his MLB debut Wednesday against the Rays, starting at third base and batting sixth, according to Chris Kirschner of The Athletic. Though Cabrera will crack the lineup Wednesday, he picked up starts at three infield spots and the two corner-outfield spots during his time at Triple-A this season and will likely wind up serving as a utility player during his first stint in the big leagues. DJ LeMahieu (toe) is out of the lineup for a fourth straight game Wednesday, but he said he won't require a trip to the injured list and plans to rejoin the lineup for Thursday's series finale, which would close one potential avenue for Cabrera to play regularly. The 23-year-old earned the call to the majors after slashing .261/.340/.494 with eight home runs and 10 stolen bases across 205 plate appearances at Triple-A.
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  • Yankees' Oswaldo Cabrera: Bound for big leagues

    Cabrera announced in a story on his personal Instagram account that the Yankees will promote him from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre ahead of Wednesday's game against the Rays. Cabrera's impending call-up could signal that the Yankees have some concern about the availability of DJ LeMahieu, who has been out of the lineup for the past three games due to an inflamed right toe. If LeMahieu ends up landing on the injured list, the Yankees would likely roll an everyday infield of Anthony Rizzo, Gleyber Torres, Josh Donaldson and Isiah Kiner-Falefa, so the 23-year-old Cabrera would likely be limited to a utility role in his first taste of the big leagues. Cabrera, who owns an .834 OPS to go with 10 stolen bases in 205 plate appearances at Triple-A, has picked up starts at second base, third base, shortstop, right field and left field this season.
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  • Yankees' Oswaldo Cabrera: Back in action at Triple-A

    Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre reinstated Cabrera (shoulder) from its 7-day injured list Tuesday, Conor Foley of The Scranton Times-Tribune reports. Cabrera is ready to return to action for the Yankees' top affiliate after he was sidelined for two months due to the shoulder injury. The 23-year-old infielder recently wrapped up a five-game rehab assignment in which he went 5-for-14 with a home run, a double, three walks and three stolen bases between stops at the Yankees' rookie-level Florida Complex League affiliate and Single-A Tampa.
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