|MLB Career Stats||5||1||2.82||41||0||6||38.1||32||1.30|
Mauricio Cabrera and Armando Rivero arrived at Spring Training with a realistic possibility to earn a spot in Atlanta's bullpen.
When Mauricio Cabrera exited Monday's ugly appearance against the Marlins, the Braves were hoping the hard-throwing reliever might just need to make a few mechanical adjustments. But it now looks like Cabrera's recent struggles might have been influenced by a fatigued or injured right elbow.
|2016||6||25th in NL|
|July 20, 2017||Gwinnett Braves placed RHP Mauricio Cabrera on the 7-day disabled list.|
|May 7, 2017||Atlanta Braves optioned RHP Mauricio Cabrera to Gwinnett Braves.|
|May 2, 2017||Atlanta Braves sent RHP Mauricio Cabrera on a rehab assignment to Gwinnett Braves.|
|April 26, 2017||Atlanta Braves sent RHP Mauricio Cabrera on a rehab assignment to Florida Fire Frogs.|
|April 2, 2017||Atlanta Braves placed RHP Mauricio Cabrera on the 10-day disabled list retroactive to March 30, 2017. Strained right elbow.|
|June 27, 2016||Atlanta Braves recalled RHP Mauricio Cabrera from Mississippi Braves.|
|March 12, 2016||Atlanta Braves optioned RHP Mauricio Cabrera to Mississippi Braves.|
|October 5, 2015||Atlanta Braves recalled Mauricio Cabrera from Mississippi Braves.|
|July 17, 2015||RHP Mauricio Cabrera assigned to Mississippi Braves from Carolina Mudcats.|
|March 16, 2015||Atlanta Braves optioned RHP Mauricio Cabrera to Carolina Mudcats.|
|November 19, 2014||Atlanta Braves selected the contract of Mauricio Cabrera from Carolina Mudcats.|
|July 2, 2014||Mauricio Cabrera roster status changed by Lynchburg Hillcats.|
|June 20, 2014||Lynchburg Hillcats sent RHP Mauricio Cabrera on a rehab assignment to GCL Braves.|
|April 24, 2014||Lynchburg Hillcats placed RHP Mauricio Cabrera on the 7-day disabled list.|
|March 31, 2014||RHP Mauricio Cabrera assigned to Lynchburg Hillcats from Rome Braves.|
|June 20, 2013||RHP Mauricio Cabrera assigned to Rome Braves from Braves Extended Spring Training.|
|June 17, 2013||Mauricio Cabrera assigned to Braves Extended Spring Training from Danville Braves.|
|June 13, 2013||Mauricio Cabrera assigned to Danville Braves from Rome Braves.|
|April 1, 2013||Mauricio Cabrera assigned to Rome Braves from Danville Braves.|
|June 16, 2012||Mauricio Cabrera assigned to Danville Braves from GCL Braves.|
|November 18, 2011||Mauricio Cabrera assigned to GCL Braves from DSL Braves.|
|May 28, 2011||Mauricio Cabrera assigned to DSL Braves from Atlanta Braves.|
|May 27, 2011||Atlanta Braves signed RHP Mauricio Cabrera.|
Resides in Las Matas de Farfan, Dominican Republic....Signed by Robert Aquino.2016
Split the season between Atlanta and Double-A Mississippi, making his major league debut on 6/27 with a scoreless inning of relief vs. CLE...Started the year with the M-Braves before the Braves recalled him on 6/27…Remained with the Braves for the remainder of the season, fi nishing with six saves and fi ve wins to become the eighth Braves rookie in Atlanta franchise history to have at least fi ve wins and fi ve saves in a season…Mike Stanton did it last in 1991, winning fi ve times and saving seven games... His six saves were fourth most among MLB rookies…From the date of his debut (6/27) through the end of the season, his 41 games pitched tied for the most appearances by a rookie pitcher in the majors…Among all pitchers in that time frame, Cabrera tied for the seventh most appearances in the majors, fi ve off the lead of ARI's Randall Delgado and SD's Brad Hand...Did not allow a home run over his 38.1 innings pitched...His run is the fi fth-longest active homerless streak in the NL…By games (41), Cabrera's streak is the fifth longest in Atlanta franchise history (since 1966)…Did not allow a home run for the M-Braves either…Last surrendered a home run on 8/19/15, a span of 78.0 professional innings...Finished with the second-highest average pitch velocity in the majors at 100.6...Only Aroldis Chapman (100.9) threw harder, according to MLB's Statcast…He and Chapman were the only two pitchers to throw a pitch at least 103 mph... Earned his fi rst career win, 7/19 at CIN…Struck out two over 1.2 innings in a 5-4, 11-inning win... Collected his fi rst save, 6/30 vs. MIA…Retired the only batter he faced in the 8-5 win. Compiled a 1.25 ERA (3 ER/21.2 IP) over 21 games, 6/23-9/7... Held righties to a .189 average (14-for-74) with one extra-base hit...Entered the 2016 season ranked by Baseball America as the Braves' 29th-best prospect.2015
Entered the 2016 season ranked by Baseball America as the Braves' 29th-best prospect. ... Split his fifth professional campaign between High-A Carolina and Double-A Mississippi. Totaled a 2-3 record with one save and a 5.59 ERA while striking out 53 over 48.1 innings. ... Collected his first professional save on 6/6 at Myrtle Beach when he retired each of the six batters he faced, including two by strikeout. ... Logged 53 strikeouts over 48.1 innings, an average of 9.9 strikeouts per 9.0 innings pitched. ... Did not allow a run in 23 of his 36 appearances, including 36.1 of 48.1 innings pitched. ... Allowed one earned run or less in 28 of his 36 appearances. His ERA in those games was 1.05 (5 ER/42.2 IP), while opponents batted just .125. In his other eight outings, his ERA was 39.71 (25 ER/5.2 IP), while he allowed 24 hits (.600 opponents' batting average) and issued 13 walks. ... Entered the 2015 season ranked by Baseball America ranked as the Braves' 17th-best prospect.2014
Tabbed by Baseball America as the Braves' 17th-best prospect entering the 2015 season...Spent the majority of his fourth professional season with High-A Lynchburg, going 1-1 with a 5.59 ERA over 19 appearances (three starts)...Opened the season with Lynchburg and made three starts (10.1 IP) before being placed on the disabled list on 4/24 with a right elbow injury from mid-April through the middle of June...Made three rehabilitation appearances (two starts) with the GCL Braves, 6/20-30, totaling 4.0 IP...Reinstated from the disabled list on 7/2 and returned to Lynchburg where he transitioned to the bullpen for the remainder of the season...From 7/2 through the remainder of the season, posted a 7.23 ERA over 18.2 IP. From 7/2 to 8/14, his ERA was 2.81 with 16 strikeouts in 16.0 IP while holding opponents to a .214 batting average. Over his final four outings, he allowed 10 earned runs in 2.2 IP...Went 0-0 with a 2.92 ERA as a starter (five games started) and was 1-1 with a 7.40 ERA in 17 relief appearances. His lone win came 7/29 vs. Wilmington when he tossed 0.2 scoreless innings in relief. Suffered his lone loss on 8/14 at Winston-Salem when he allowed one run (unearned) in 1.0 IP...His longest outing of the season was 4.0 IP and came in his first outing of the season, 4/4 at Frederick...Had his contract purchased and was added to the 40-man roster on November 19.2013
Labeled by Baseball America as Atlanta's fifth-best prospect entering the 2014 season and the
Braves 11th-best player 25 years old or younger...Went 3-8 in his first season with Rome (A) logging the
second-most strikeouts on the Club and eighth-most in the organization with 107...Set new career highs
in starts (24) and innings pitched (131.1), pacing the R-Braves staff in starts and logging the second-most
innings...Started the season well, going 1-2 with a 2.67 ERA (8 ER/27.0 IP) in five starts, striking out 13...
Tossed a season-high 7.0 innings twice, including 7.0 innings of two-hit, shutout ball on 6/28...Struck out nine
batters in 5.2 innings on 5/15, his highest strikeout total on the season.
Enters the 2013 season as the Braves' sixth-best prospect, according to Baseball America...Named
the organization's Pitcher of the Year for Danville (R), along with the club's Pitcher of the Month for June and
August...Tabbed as the Appalachian League Pitcher of the Week for the week of 7/2...Led all starters at Danville
with a 2.97 ERA over 12 starts...Tallied 48 strikeouts in 57.2 innings, good for second on the squad among
starters...In three June starts he surrendered just seven total hits on his way to a 1.29 ERA (2 ER/14.0 IP).
Earned the August organizational Player of the Month award for the DSL (0-0, 3.00 ERA).