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May 7, 2024 2.0 1 2 7.17 -8.5
May 2, 2024 4.0 1 1 6.05 5.5
Apr 27, 2024 4.1 1 1 5.28 -1
Apr 21, 2024 5.0 1 0 3.27 12.5
Apr 15, 2024 6.0 0 0 1.50 19

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Injuries and command woes continued to hold Edward Cabrera back in 2023. He missed over a month with a right shoulder impingement and was optioned shortly after his return from the injured list to work on better commanding his pitches. Cabrera returned from the minors to go 2-1 with a 2.38 ERA, 1.37 WHIP and 25:14 K:BB in his final five appearances, with only one home run allowed in 22.2 innings. When he's on, Cabrera can flash brilliance with his three primary pitches -- changeup, four-seamer, curveball. He has a career walk rate of 14 percent but also a career 26.2 percent strikeout rate. His surge at the end of the season may reignite interest among drafters, but Cabrera remains a health and performance risk. As he approaches his 26th birthday in April, the right-hander has only twice exceeded 100 innings in seven professional seasons. He projects to be in the Marlins' rotation, but another injury or prolonged fit of wildness could force a move to the bullpen full time.

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2024 27.55.5 21.3 1 2 31 14 7.17 1.59
2023 1868.5 99.7 7 7 118 66 4.24 1.44
2022 173.512.4 71.7 6 4 75 33 3.01 1.07
3y Avg. 1218.6 66.0 4 5 74 39 3.95 1.33
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Starting rehab assignment Wednesday

    Cabrera (shoulder) is scheduled to make a rehab start for Triple-A Jacksonville on Wednesday, Christina De Nicola of MLB.com reports. The Marlins have signed off on Cabrera advancing the final phase of his rehab program from a right shoulder impingement after he came out of a live bullpen session Monday without issue. According to De Nicola, the Marlins are targeting Cabrera for three innings or 50 pitches Wednesday, so he'll likely require an additional rehab outing beyond that to get fully stretched out for a typical starter's workload.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Resumes flat-ground work

    Cabrera (shoulder) played catch from 60 feet Monday, Christina De Nicola of MLB.com reports. Cabrera had to be shut down again after throwing a bullpen session on May 17, but he's been cleared to try to ramp things back up. The right-hander has been on the injured list on two occasions this season with a right shoulder issue and there is currently no timetable for his return.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Still not throwing regularly

    Cabrera (shoulder) has yet to resume throwing after a May 17 bullpen session, Christina De Nicola of MLB.com reports. The Marlins elected to shut Cabrera down after the session, and the club is still trying to figure out the best plan for the right-hander to begin ramping up again. He received an injection in his shoulder May 8, but his stop-start progress since then isn't encouraging. It seems unlikely Cabrera will be back in the big-league rotation before late June.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Throwing bullpen session

    Cabrera (shoulder) will throw a bullpen session Friday, Christina De Nicola of MLB.com reports. It will be his first time on the bump since he landed on the 15-day injured list May 8 with a right shoulder impingement. Cabrera has been on the IL twice this season with the same injury and it's not clear how long he'll be sidelined this time around, but he's on the comeback trail.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Back to IL with shoulder issue

    The Marlins placed Cabrera on the 15-day injured list Wednesday with a right shoulder impingement. Cabrera was removed after two innings during his start in Tuesday's 8-2 loss to the Dodgers with what was referred to as right biceps discomfort, but it's officially a shoulder impingement that will force him to the IL. It's the same injury that kept him out for the first few weeks of the season. Cabrera will be eligible to return from the IL later this month, but there's currently no timetable for the righty.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Exits with biceps issue

    Cabrera was removed from his start Tuesday against the Dodgers due to right biceps discomfort, Christina De Nicola of MLB.com reports. Cabrera's biceps have given him problems numerous times across the past three seasons, though it's not immediately apparent how severe his latest flareup might be. He was only able to get through two innings before coming out of Tuesday's game, striking out one while allowing four runs on one hit and four walks.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Strikes out nine

    Cabrera didn't factor into Thursday's decision against the Rockies, allowing four runs on three hits and four walks while striking out nine over four innings. Three of the Rockies' four runs against Cabrera came on a Jacob Stallings homer in the second inning. Cabrera had the strikeout pitch working Thursday, though his command remained inconsistent, as he needed 91 pitches to record just 12 outs. Cabrera's now been held to fewer than five innings in consecutive outings. His ERA is up to 6.05 with a 1.50 WHIP and 30:10 K:BB through his first four starts (19.1 innings). Cabrera's currently lined up for a tough road matchup with the Dodgers for his next turn.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Fans seven in win

    Cabrera (1-0) allowed three runs on seven hits and three walks over five innings Sunday, striking out seven and earning a win over the Cubs. Cabrera followed up his impressive season debut with his first win of 2024. He gave up all three runs through the first four frames and showed signs of his well-known command issues with the three free passes. Still, he's produced an impressive 17:4 K:BB with a 3.27 ERA through 11 innings. Cabrera forced 12 swinging strikes Sunday, with six coming via the changeup. His next start is lined up to be at home against the Nationals.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Outstanding in 2024 debut

    Cabrera (shoulder) didn't factor into the decision in Monday's 4-3 loss to the Giants, striking out 10 while allowing one run on five hits and one walk across six innings. Cabrera showed no signs of rust in his first MLB appearance since last September, recording double-digit strikeouts for the third time in his career and firing first-pitch strikes to 19 of the 22 batters he faced. After a lengthy rehab stint to open up 2024, Cabrera threw 91 pitches and didn't allow a single extra-base hit to the Giants. While he wasn't able to pick up the win -- something that could continue considering the Marlins' 3-14 record -- Cabrera will provide plenty of fantasy value if he maintains this form. He's lined up for another start Sunday against the Cubs.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Coming off IL to start Monday

    Cabrera (shoulder) will be activated from the injured list and start Monday against the Giants, Christina De Nicola of MLB.com reports. The plan had been for Cabrera to make one more rehab start, but he'll make his season debut Monday instead after A.J. Puk had to be pushed back due to illness. Cabrera has been on the shelf with a right shoulder impingement but pitched well in three rehab starts, allowing two runs (one earned) with a 12:8 K:BB over 12.2 frames. The righty went 5.2 innings and threw 82 pitches in his last rehab outing, so he should be able to handle a relatively normal workload Monday.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Will make another rehab start

    Cabrera (shoulder) will make another rehab start with Triple-A Jacksonville on April 17, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. There had seemed to be a chance that Cabrera's next start would come with the Marlins, but the club has elected to give him one more rehab outing. He will be stretched out to six innings and/or 90 pitches in Wednesday's start. Assuming all goes well, Cabrera should rejoin the Marlins' rotation after that, setting him up to be back as soon as April 22 in Atlanta.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Next rehab start set

    Cabrera (shoulder) is scheduled to make his third rehab start with Triple-A Jacksonville on Wednesday, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. The right-hander is targeting about five innings and/or 80 pitches after throwing four frames in his previous rehab outing Friday. If all goes well Wednesday, Cabrera could be cleared to join Miami's starting rotation as early as next week.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Targeting four-inning rehab start

    Cabrera (shoulder) will make his second rehab start Friday with Triple-A Jacksonville, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. Cabrera is aiming to work four innings Friday, after he tossed three scoreless frames and 43 pitches in his first outing with Jacksonville last Sunday. The right-hander will presumably need one more rehab appearance after Friday's outing to get stretched out enough to the point that the Marlins are comfortable bringing him back from the 15-day injured list and inserting him into the big-league rotation. Cabrera's imminent return is welcome news for a Miami rotation that will be without Eury Perez (elbow) for the rest of the season when he undergoes Tommy John surgery Monday.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Three scoreless in rehab start

    Cabrera (shoulder) allowed two hits and four walks over three scoreless innings in his first rehab start with Triple-A Jacksonville on Sunday. Cabrera struck out two batters and got his pitch count to 43 over the three frames. The velocity on all of his pitches was up, with the 97.7 miles per hour he averaged on his four-seamer representing a 1.5 mph jump from last season. It's an encouraging performance on the whole, though Cabrera had his usual control problems. He will probably need at least two more rehab starts before rejoining the Marlins rotation.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Resumes throwing

    Cabrera (shoulder) is playing catch Friday, Christina De Nicola of MLB.com reports. The 25-year-old was diagnosed with a right shoulder impingement earlier this week but was able to get back to throwing within a few days. Cabrera is likely to miss Opening Day as he ramps his throwing program back up, but he could make an early-season return if he's able to avoid any further issues.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Expected to resume throwing soon

    Marlins manager Skip Schumaker said Wednesday that Cabrera (shoulder) will resume throwing soon, Christina De Nicola of MLB.com reports. Cabrera has been diagnosed with a right shoulder impingement and almost surely will miss out on the Opening Day roster. However, the Marlins seem confident that the big right-hander won't have to miss too much time to begin the season. Ryan Weathers is in line to slide into Miami's rotation until Cabrera is ready.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: MRI reveals shoulder impingement

    Cabrera has been diagnosed with a right shoulder impingement, Isaac Azout of SBNation.comreports. Marlins manager Skip Schumaker referred to the injury as a "day-to-day thing," but worth noting is that Cabrera missed about a month of action last season with a similar issue. He will be evaluated again Tuesday, but a stint on the injured list at the beginning of the season would seem to be a certainty. Ryan Weathers and Max Meyer are expected to compete to fill Cabrera's rotation spot.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Undergoing MRI on injured shoulder

    Marlins manager Skip Schumaker said Monday that Cabrera will undergo an MRI on his injured right shoulder, Christina De Nicola of MLB.com reports. Cabrera had to be scratched from a scheduled Grapefruit League start Sunday against the Astros because of shoulder tightness. Though Cabrera has since gone through strength tests on the shoulder that came back normal, the Marlins want to send him in for imaging just to be safe. Even if Cabrera isn't dealing with any structural damage, he would still seem to be a question mark for Opening Day. If that's the case, Ryan Weathers or Max Meyer would likely slide into the rotation.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Scratched with shoulder tightness

    The Marlins announced that Cabrera was scratched from his scheduled Grapefruit League start Sunday versus the Astros due to right shoulder tightness, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. Miami is describing Cabrera's removal as precautionary, but at this stage of spring training, a shoulder injury of any kind to a pitcher is concerning with Opening Day less than three weeks away. If Cabrera isn't cleared to resume throwing within the next few days, he'll be a strong candidate to open the season on the injured list. A potential Cabrera absence to begin the campaign would bolster the odds of Max Meyer or Ryan Weathers breaking camp with the big club as the team's No. 5 starter.
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  • Marlins' Edward Cabrera: Departs during warmups

    Cabrera suffered an apparent injury while warming up for Sunday's Grapefruit League outing against the Cardinals and was scratched from the start, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. The specifics of the situation remain unclear, but it's a concerning development as Cabrera attempts to lock down a spot at the back end of Miami's rotation. The 25-year-old's status should be updated soon as he's evaluated.
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