It's been a wild thirteen months for Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Melky Cabrera. Not long after being named MVP of the 2012 All-Star Game, Cabrera, then with the San Francisco Giants, was suspended 50 games after testing positive for high levels of testosterone. This, of course, caused the switch hitter to not only forfeit his batting title, but also...miss the World Series...
Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Melky Cabrera has had a benign tumor removed from his spine.
Cabrera had the surgery on Aug. 30 and hasn't played since Aug. 1 after a season-ending ankle injury.
Blue Jays general manager Alex Anthopoulos announced the procedure on Saturday before Toronto's game against the Minnesota Twins. The team expects Cabrera to be ready for spring training...
Via AP on Fox
September 07, 2013
The Toronto Blue Jays Melky Cabrera, currently on a rehabilitation assignment in Florida, was accused by a waitress of being a little tight on a tip at a local Chili’s. Cabrera played his first rehab game in Dunedin, Florida, on Friday and apparently treated his teammates to dinner after the game (unless he rang up a $70 bill himself). Unwritten rules dictate the veterans on...
The San Francisco Giants lost Melky Cabrera to a swarm of controversy during the 2012 regular season.
They will extend the ultimate olive branch to Cabrera on Tuesday when they play his new team the Toronto Blue Jays.
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After being banned for 50 games for PEDS in the middle of a career year, many wondered where Melky Cabrera would end up, and on Friday the aggressive Jays made him an offer he couldn't refuse.
Outfielder Melky Cabrera became persona non grata with the San Francisco Giants after he was suspended in August for a positive drug test, but apparently not every team feels the same way about this year's All-Star Game Most Valuable Player. Cabrera, 28, is now a free agent, and the New York Post reported that at least five teams have expressed interest in his services. The...
Melky Cabrera was in the middle of an MVP-type season for the San Francisco Giants in 2012, when it was revealed that he tested positive for a performance-enhancing substance. He was suspended 50 games by Major League Baseball on August 15.
Cabrera has now served that suspension and was reinstated to the Giants’ 40-man roster on Friday, which means he is technically eligible to...
First of all, it’s good to be back. I have been a little busy with work and school this past month or so,but I’ll be sure to post on here much more frequently.
Andrew Baggarly reported today the San Francisco Giants front office will announce they will not be adding Melky Cabrera to the post-season roster after he finishes serving the remainder of his 50-game suspension.
Everyone is talking about the Melky Cabrera situation. Fans are debating whether or not the team should add him to the playoff roster when he’s eligible (6th game of the playoffs).
The San Francisco Giants are going to make an announcement soon on their plans for Cabrera. This is expected to end all of the speculation as to whether Cabrera will be welcomed back to the organization...
MLB announced on Friday that players suspended for PED use will not be eligible for that season's individual batting, slugging or on-base percentage titles.