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Padres activated SS Everth Cabrera from the 15-day disabled list.

Cabrera wound up missing close to four weeks with a left hamstring strain. The speedy shortstop has posted a hideous .218/.256/.290 batting line in 80 games this year and he's just 13-for-20 in stolen base attempts.

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Everth Cabrera (hamstring) has been sent to Triple-A El Paso to begin a rehab assignment.

Cabrera was cleared for game action after running the bases Sunday with no issues. He should rejoin the Padres before the end of the month if he can avoid a setback. The speedy shortstop has been out since July 1 with a left hamstring strain.

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Everth Cabrera (hamsting) will run the bases on Sunday.

If that goes well, Cabrera will most likely start a rehab assignment on Monday with Triple-A El Paso. He has been out since July 1 with a left hamstring strain.

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Padres placed SS Everth Cabrera on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to July 1, with a left hamstring strain.

It's not clear at this point how much time Cabrera will miss, but obviously he won't return before the All-Star break. Alexi Amarista figures to receive the bulk of the playing time at shortstop while Cabrera is on the shelf.

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Everth Cabrera (hamstring) will be placed on the disabled list prior to Wednesday's game.

Cabrera tweaked his left hamstring during Monday's game and then didn't play Tuesday. It's not clear at this point how much time he'll miss, but obviously he won't return before the All-Star break. Brooks Conrad will replace Cabrera on the Padres' roster.

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Everth Cabrera was scratched from Tuesday's lineup with a strained left hamstring.

Cabrera admitted that he's not sure whether the ailment will send him to the disabled list, so it sounds like it might be more than a mild strain. The Padres should provide an update on the shortstop's status later Tuesday.

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Everth Cabrera went 0-for-3 as the Padres' No. 7 hitter in Saturday's loss.

Cabrera has mostly been hitting second of late, but he belongs at the bottom of the order right now, if he belongs in the lineup at all. It's one thing that he's batting just .218, but his 81/16 K/BB ratio is completely ridiculous for the kind of hitter he is. Jace Peterson may get a long look at shortstop later this season if this keeps up.

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Everth Cabrera went 2-for-4 with an RBI and two runs scored in Monday's 6-0 triumph over the Giants.

Would you believe this was Cabrera's first multi-hit game of the month? He entered June with a mediocre .628 OPS, and has seen his numbers fall off the table with a putrid .129/.205/.143 slash line in June coming into this evening. The Nicaraguan shortstop broke out by batting .283 with 37 steals last year, but speed is the only thing that's been on his side in 2014 (on pace for 27 steals).

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Everth Cabrera went 2-for-5 with a two-run home run and a stolen base in Sunday's loss to the Rockies.

Cabrera went deep in the ninth inning off of LaTroy Hawkins, his second homer of the season, to knot the game up at six apiece. He also swiped his ninth bag. Cabrera isn't known for his power; he'll need to hit for a high average, steal bases, and play good defense to provide value to the Padres. He's slashing .249/.277/.343 thus far.

Everth Cabrera SS SD 2 Months

Everth Cabrera smacked a solo homer in Thursday's win over the Reds.

The home run was his first since last May 25. It was just his fourth RBI on the year and his first April 27. Cabrera is off to a disappointing start this year following his PED suspension, but he has at least stolen three bases this month. He had just four in all of April.