Orlando Cabrera

Orlando Cabrera

About Orlando Cabrera

Orlando Luis Cabrera, nicknamed 'O-Cab' and 'The OC', (born November 2, 1974) is a Colombian-American former baseball infielder. He won a World Series championship in 2004 with the Boston Red Sox. He has played for the Montreal Expos, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Chicago White Sox, Oakland Athletics, Minnesota Twins, Cincinnati Reds, Cleveland Indians and San Francisco Giants. Cabrera is the younger brother of former major leaguer Jolbert Cabrera. Cabrera won the Gold Glove Award in 2001 and in 2007. On July 18, 1999, Cabrera popped up to end David Cone's perfect game. In 2002, he led all major league ballplayers in errors, totaling 29. In 2003, he finished second among the league shortstops in batting average (.297), slugging percentage (.415), runs batted in (80), and stolen base percentage (24-to-26). In addition, he was one of four Montreal Expos players to have played all 162 games in a season, and the first to do it twice.

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