Married: Connie...Has three children: Everth, Elian and Erika...Twitter: @CabreraEverth... Attended the Instituto Autonoma Jose Estrada...Was named the Professional Athlete of the Year in Nicaragua in 2009 and 2012.
Played professionally in his native Nicaragua.
Appeared in 29 games with Baltimore after signing as a free agent on 2/25...Was on the disabled list from 5/7-21 with a left foot contusion … made six rehab starts with Class AAA Norfolk...Was designated for assignment by the Orioles on 6/5 and granted his unconditional release on 6/15 … was signed by San Francisco to a minor-league contract on 7/15... Combined to hit .230 (31-135) with four doubles, nine RBI, 20 runs scored and seven stolen bases in 23 games between Norfolk in the Orioles system and Class AAA Sacramento and the Arizona Rookie League Giants in the Giants organization...Was on Sacramento disabled list from 7/15-22, including a rehab assignment with the AZL Giants...Was released by San Francisco on 9/1.
Spent his sixth season with San Diego, leading the team with 18 stolen bases...Batted .261 (62-238) in 58 games in the leadoff spot...Hit safely in a season-high nine straight games from 4/8-17, batting .358 (14-38) during that span … set a career high with three doubles on 4/8 at Cleveland...Was on the disabled list from 7/1-28 with a strained left hamstring … appeared in seven rehab games with Class AAA El Paso...Hit a game-ending single in the 10th inning on 8/3 vs. Atlanta … was placed on the disabled list on 8/12 (retro to 8/10) with a left hamstring strain and missed the remainder of the season.
Ranked fifth in the National League with 37 steals … set career highs in average (.283), hits (108) and home runs (4) and tied a career high in RBI (31, also 2009)...Was named to his first NL All-Star Team, becoming the third Nicaraguan-born player (first position player) to receive the honor … joined pitchers Dennis Martinez (1990-93, '95) and Vicente Padilla (2002)...Was the fourth shortstop in Padres history to be named an All-Star, joining Ozzie Smith (1981), Garry Templeton (1985) and Tony Fernandez (1992)...Started the first 69 games of the season at shortstop, the third-longest streak in San Diego history behind Smith (110 in 1981) and Fernandez (73 in 1991)...Collected a career-high tying four hits on 4/13 vs. Colorado, 5/15 at Baltimore and 8/2 vs. New York-AL...Recorded his 100th career stolen base in his 344th career game on 5/25 at Arizona, the second-fastest Padre to 100 steals in terms of games played behind Alan Wiggins (228)... Compiled a career-high, 10-game hitting streak from 5/31-6/9, hitting .458 (22-48) … recorded steals in five straight games from 5/15-19 and 6/2-6...Collected his 30th stolen base on 6/12 vs. Atlanta (team's 66th game), becoming the second-fastest player in club single-season history to reach 30 (Wiggins in 1984, 59 games)...Was on the disabled list from 6/17-7/4 with a strained left hamstring … included two rehab starts at Class A Fort Wayne...Was suspended for 50 games on 8/5 after violating the MLB Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program and missed the remainder of the season.
Led the National League with a career-high 44 stolen bases, becoming the first Padre in team history lead the NL in steals,while also setting career-highs in games played (115) and doubles (19)…Started a career-high 109 games, with 104 at SS and five at 2B…His 44 steals were the third-most in all of Major League Baseball…His 91.7 SB% (44-for-48) ranked fourth-best in MLB…Began the season with Triple-A Tucson, hitting .333 (48-144) in 34 games and going a perfect 15-for-15 in stolen base attempts…Recalled from Triple-A Tucson on May 17, spending the remainder of the season with San Diego…Went 59-for-63overall in stolen base attempts between Tucson and San Diego…Was successful on his first 24 steal attempts with San Diego,setting a Padres franchise record for most successful attempts to start a season…First CS of the year came on August 25, his first since September 2010, snapping a streak 28-consecutive successful attempts, also a Padres franchise record…His 44 steals in 2012 were the most by a Padre since bench coach Dave Roberts stole 49 in 2006…Had six stolen bases in Interleague Playin 2012, the most ever by a Padre during Interleague Play…Also raised his career total in Interleague Play to 11 stolen bases,also the most by a Padre…Went 0-for-17 over his first five games with the Padres before going on to hit .316 (31-for-98) over a 28-game stretch…Had a straight-steal of home on July 14 at Los Angeles (NL) in the top of the ninth inning to tie the game whichthe Padres would win after scoring twice on the play…First straight steal of home by a Padre since Chris Denorfia did so on July25, 2011 at Philadelphia…According to ELIAS, it was the first time a Major League team won a regular season game in whicheither the tying or go-ahead run scored on a steal of home in the ninth inning since August 22, 1982 when St. Louis Cardinals catcher Glenn Brummer stole home in the 12th inning to give the Cardinals a 5-4 victory…Had his third career game-ending hiton July 5 vs. Cincinnati with a bases-loaded single in the ninth inning to give the Padres a 2-1 victory…His first walk-off hit since September 16, 2009 vs. Arizona…Hit the 20th inside-the-park home run in Padres history on June 8 at Milwaukee, a solo home run off RHP Shaun Marcum in the third inning…First by a Padre since Chris Denorfia on August 5, 2010 at Los Angeles (NL)…Stole a career-high four bases on September 30 vs. San Francisco, the most in one game by a Padre since Damian Jackson stole a franchise record-tying five on June 28, 1999 vs. Colorado…Named 2012 Professional Sports Athlete of the Year in Nicaragua, following the season.
In his sixth season with the Padres, batted .232/.272/.300 with three home runs and 20 RBI. Led the Padres with 18 steals, going 18-for-26 in stolen base attempts (69.2%). Made 58 appearances in the leadoff spot to lead San Diego. Set a career-high with three doubles, going 3-for-5 at Cleveland, April 8, which also finished as a Padres season-high. Posted a season-high, nine-game hitting streak, April 8-17, batting .368/.368/.526. Over 27 games in April he hit .289 (33-114), the most hits by a Padre in April since 2007 when Adrian Gonzalez logged 34 hits. Registered the game-winning RBI after a walk-off sacrifice fly in the bottom of the ninth against Los Angeles (NL) on June 20. Placed on the 15-day DL, July 2 with a left hamstring strain retroactive to July 1…Reinstated from the DL on July 29 after missing 22 games. Batted .350/.391/.375 with five stolen bases from July 29-August 9. Posted the walk-off RBI single in the bottom of the 10th on August 3 vs. Atlanta to give San Diego a 4-3 victory. Placed on the 15-day DL, August 12 with a left hamstring strain retroactive to August 10 and missed the remainder of the season.
Hit a career-high .283 (108-for-381) in 95 games while being named a 2013 National League All-Star before having his season cut short due to a 50-game suspension…Also posted career-highs in hits (108) and home runs (four) while tying hiscareer-high in RBI (31, also 2009)…Finished ninth in the Majors and fifth in the National League with 37 stolen bases in 49attempts, despite playing in just 95 games…Earned his first career All-Star selection, but did not appear in game…Became thethird Nicaraguan-born player to be named to an All-Star team, and the first position player, joining RHPs Dennis Martinez (1990-93, '95) and Vicente Padilla (2002)…Became the fourth shortstop in Padres history to be named an All-Star, joining Ozzie Smith(1981), Garry Templeton (1985) and Tony Fernandez (1992)…Was the sixth middle infielder to make an All-Star team in Padres history, also joining second basemen Roberto Alomar (1990) and Mark Loretta (2004)…Hit .324 (24-74) with runners in scoringposition and .333 (16-48) with runners in scoring position and two outs…Posted a career-best 10-game hit streak from May 31-June 9 (.458, 22-48), with eight multi-hit games and 10 stolen bases over that streak…Stole the 100th base of his career on May 25 at Arizona in the first inning of his 344th career game…Became the second-fastest Padre to 100 steals in team history in termsof games played behind Alan Wiggins (100 SB in his 228th game played as a Padre)…Had a streak of six-straight games withmultiple hits from June 3-9…Streak was a career-best and longest by a Padre since Edgar Gonzalez also did so in 2008 (July17-22)…Had two career-best streaks of five straight games with a stolen base from May 15-19 and June 2-6…Both streaks werethe longest since Cameron Maybin set a Padres club-record with six-straight games with a stolen base from July 19-24, 2011…Only other Padre to record five-straight games with a stolen base were bench coach and former outfielder Dave Roberts in 2006(September 24-28, 2006) and Alan Wiggins in 1983 (August 14-18, 1983)…Recorded his 30th stolen base of the season in the
club's 66th game of the year on June 12 vs. Atlanta, becoming the second player in team history to reach the 30-steal mark in the team's first 66 games (Alan Wiggins reached 30 SB in the Padres 59th game in 1984)…Became the first Major Leaguer sinceCarl Crawford (TB) in 2009 to have 30 steals in 66-or-less team games (Crawford reached 30 in the Rays rst 48 games in 2009)(STATS, Inc.)…Collected a career-high tying four hits on three occasions: April 13 vs. COL, May 15 at BAL, and August 2 vs. NYY (5x total in his career)…Started each of the Padres first 69 games at SS, the third-longest such streak in club history behind Ozzie Smith (110 in 1981) and Tony Fernandez (73 in 1991)...First Padre to start each of the team's first 69 games at SS sinceTony Fernandez started the club's first 73 games at SS in 1991 (STATS Inc.)…Missed 17 games from June 17-July 4 with a lefthamstring strain...Appeared in two rehab games with Fort Wayne…Suspended for the final 50 games of the season for violationsof MLB's Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.
Appeared in 55 games at shortstop for Triple-A Tucson, also making two trips to the disabled list and one two-game stint with the Padres…Made two starts at shortstop for San Diego while Jason Bartlett was placed on the paternity leave list…Missedtime while on Tucson's disabled list from May 2-June 18 with a fractured hamate bone in his right hand and from August 7 throughthe end of the season with a left shoulder subluxation.
Spent the majority of the season with the Padres, making two rehab assignments during two stints on the DL and also appearing for Portland after being optioned in August…First placed on the 15-day disabled list on April 30 with a strained righthamstring and reinstated May 14...Returned to the DL for the same injury on May 28 and was reinstated on June 25…Started 55 games for the Padres, including 50 at shortstop and five at second base...46 of his 50 starts at shortstop came before the end ofJuly...Five starts at second base all came after July…Stole 10 bases in 16 attempts, reaching double digit steals for the second straight season…Made just seven errors in his 500.0 innings in the eld, posting a .969 fielding percentage (up from .951 in2009)...Did not make an error in his 44.0 innings at second base…Optioned to Portland on August 21 and appeared in five games for the Beavers before being recalled on August 28.
Selected by the Padres in the 2008 Rule 5 Draft from Colorado and made his Major League debut with the club…Served as the club's primary shortstop, starting 101 games…Made big league debut on April 8 vs. Los Angeles (NL), going 1-for-2 witha double, run scored, and a walk…Appeared in six games with San Diego before being placed on the 60-day disabled list afterfracturing the hook of the hamate bone in his left hand on April 19…Underwent surgery on April 21 at Scripps Clinic in Carmel Valley and was reinstated on June 19…Started every game at shortstop after returning from the DL…Ranked among NL leadersin stolen bases (T-9th, 25) and steals of third (T-5th, 6)…Most steals by a Padre since 2006 (Roberts, 49; Cameron, 25)...18 of his steals came after the All-Star break, ranking tied for second in the NL over that stretch (also, Morgan-WSH)…Ranked among NL rookies in stolen bases (2nd), stolen base percentage (2nd, 75.8), and steals of third (1st)…Ranked fifth on the Padres rookie stolen base list…Hit his first big league home run on July 27 at Cincinnati (off Bailey)…Second homer was walk-off grand slamon August 7 vs. New York (NL) (off F. Rodriguez) in bottom of the ninth…Fourth Padre and first SD rookie to hit a walk-off grandslam…Named 2009 Professional Sports Athlete of the Year in Nicaragua.
Spent the entire season at Class-A Asheville…Led all of professional baseball with 73 stolen bases (89 attempts)…Namedto the South Atlantic League Midseason and Postseason All-Star teams…Garnered Baseball America
Class-A All-Star honors…Played 84 games at second base while also making 34 appearances at shortstop…Hit .371 (39-105) in 26 April games,including a season-high 13-game hit streak from April 17-30 (.424, 25-59)…Stole 21 bases in 28 games in May…Hit .363 (53-146) with runners on, .361 (30-83) with runners in scoring position, and .455 (5-11) with the bases loaded.
Played 42 of his 46 games with Class-A Tri-City…Missed the last month of the year with an ankle injury…Began the seasonwith Class-A Modesto and appeared in four games before being transferred to Tri-City on June 18…Placed on the disabled liston August 3 with a left ankle sprain, ending his season…Was Tri-City's everyday second baseman and leadoff hitter prior to theinjury…Also made 11 starts at shortstop…Ranked second on the team with a .432 on-base percentage…Finished third with a.300 average (45-150) and also third with 12 steals.
Appeared in 54 games for Rookie-Level Casper…Played 51 games at second base, posting a .977 fielding percentage (262 total chances, six errors).
In his second consecutive season with the Rockies Dominican Summer League squad…Led the team in runs (51), doubles(16), walks (39), sacrifice hits (five), and stolen bases (43).
Spent his first professional season with the Rockies Dominican Summer League club.