|MLB Career Stats||7562||985||2055||123||854||216||.272||.317||.707|
|2008||Chi White Sox||AL|
|October 30, 2011||2B Orlando Cabrera elected free agency.|
|July 31, 2011||Cleveland Indians traded 2B Orlando Cabrera to San Francisco Giants for LF Thomas Neal.|
|February 16, 2011||Cleveland Indians signed free agent 2B Orlando Cabrera.|
|November 7, 2010||SS Orlando Cabrera elected free agency.|
|September 3, 2010||Cincinnati Reds activated SS Orlando Cabrera from the 15-day disabled list.|
|September 1, 2010||sent SS Orlando Cabrera on a rehab assignment to Dayton Dragons.|
|August 3, 2010||Cincinnati Reds placed SS Orlando Cabrera on the 15-day disabled list. Strained left oblique.|
|February 1, 2010||Cincinnati Reds signed free agent SS Orlando Cabrera.|
|November 9, 2009||SS Orlando Cabrera elected free agency.|
|August 1, 2009||Minnesota Twins activated SS Orlando Cabrera.|
|July 31, 2009||Oakland Athletics Traded SS Orlando Cabrera to Minnesota Twins and Beloit Snappers Traded Tyler Ladendorf to Athletics Organization.|
Cabrera's season was highlighted by a 42-consecutive-game errorless streak, which ran from April 28-June 14... Broke the streak on June 15 at St. Louis after allowing a Thomas Howard ground ball to go through his legs in the 6th inning, allowing two runs to score in a 3-2 loss... Before that miscue, he led all NL shortstops with a .992 fielding percentage, committing just two errors in 259 chances since the start of the season... The Expos record for fewest errors by a shortstop in a season belongs to Spike Owen, who committed six miscues in 562 total chances (.989 fielding percentage) in 1990... Spike also holds the NL record by a SS by going 63 consecutive games without committing an error, from April 9-June 22, 1990 (252 total chances), surpassing the Mets Kevin Elster's mark of 60 games set in 1988.
In just his second full season in the pro ranks in 1997, Orlando quickly ascended through three levels of Minor League ball before reaching the Majors in September... After an impressive Spring Training with the Expos, started the season at Class A West Palm Beach where he batted .276, scored 56 runs and stole 32 bases in 69 games in the Florida State League before graduating to AA Harrisburg on June 19 to replace the injured Hiram Bocachica... Batted .308 in the Eastern League, scoring 34 runs in 35 games... Selected Expos Player Development Player of the Month for June by virtue of his .373 batting average at WPB and his .417 clip at Harrisburg... Edged his way further north when he joined the AAA Ottawa Lynx on July 30... Batted .262 in 31 games in the International League... His total Minor League batting average for the season was .281 (150-for-534) with 107 runs scored, 37 doubles, six triples, 12 home runs and 60 RBI while also swiping 47 bases in 135 games... Led the organization in steals and finished 10th in the Minors in runs scored... Appeared in 127 games at shortstop, committing 28 errors in 501 chances (.944 fielding percentage) while committing no errors in 14 games at second base.1996 Cabrera enjoyed tremendous success in his first full-scheduled season in 1996... Led the Class A Delmarva Shorebirds with 512 at-bats, 86 runs, 14 home runs, 207 total bases and 51 stolen bases... Ranked 2nd on the Club with 129 hits and 65 RBI and finished third with 28 doubles... Was ranked tied for eighth in all Minor League baseball and fourth in the South Atlantic League in stolen bases... Started 67 games at shortstop and 64 at second base... Went 3-for-4 with a double, HR, four RBI in a 7-0 win at Macon on May 10... Drove in 11 runs in five games from May 8-12 and was later named SAL Player of the Week... Was also named Expos Player Development Player of the Week from May 5-11... Knocked in 17 runs in 15 games from May 6-21, batting .346 in the process... Had a 29-game consecutive errorless streak snapped May 17... Was named SAL Player of the Month for May after batting .271 with five doubles, five home runs, 21 RBI and 14 stolen bases... Was named the starting second baseman in the South Atlantic League All-Star Game for the Northern Division... Was named to the Topps/NAPBL Class A All-Star Team at the conclusion of the season... Was also selected to Baseball America's season-end All-Star team. 1995 In 1995 he played in his third different league in as many professional seasons...Was named NY-Penn League Player of the Week from August 28-September 3 with the Vermont Expos...Finished second in Vermont in batting (.282) and triples (5). 1994 Opened the 1994 season in extended Spring Training after spending his first Spring Training in North America...Joined the Gulf Coast League Club midway through the season and started on a tear by going 10-for-18, .556...Finished the season by appearing in 22 games with the Expos. 1993 Cabrera started his pro career in 1993 with the Expos entry in the Dominican Summer League...Batted .344 in 38 games, leading the Club in stolen bases.