Génesis Cabrera

Génesis Cabrera Fantasy

Healthy
1.672 587th
2019
4.87 578th
BB9
2019
10.18 554th
H9
2019
0.89 143rd
HR9
2019
8.41 414th
SO9
2019
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Height / Weight
6' 2" / 190 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
10/10/1996 (23)
Experience
1
College
None

Season Logs

Last 10 Games

Génesis Cabrera News

Alex Reyes, Genesis Cabrera Closer To Joining Team

St. Louis Cardinals manager Mike Shildt said that pitchers Alex Reyes and Genesis Cabrera are "getting closer" to joining the team for workouts at summer camp. Reyes has not been at camp for undisclosed reasons, while Cabrera tested positive for COVID-19 during intake testing at the beginning of camp. He was asymptomatic. With Opening Day less than a week away, their availability for the start of the season is in question, and Shildt said the team won't rush them. With John Brebbia (elbow) and Jordan Hicks out for the season, St. Louis could use both Reyes and Cabrera to strengthen their bullpen. Cabrera has an electric fastball from the left side, while Reyes, 25, is trying to rebound from three lost seasons due to injury. Reyes was once a top prospect, but he likely won't have any redraft appeal unless he finds his way into the starting rotation at some point.

19 days ago
Genesis Cabrera Sent to Triple-A on Thursday

St. Louis Cardinals left-handed pitcher Genesis Cabrera was optioned to Triple-A Memphis on Thursday as the Cardinals trimmed down their big league roster. With no set Opening Day yet, teams are still getting their rosters down to the new 26-man limit. Cabrera showed some positive signs last season but still needs to work on some things before he can be a reliable major league starter. He's just 23 years old despite making his professional debut in 2014 with the Rays, and he is an attractive piece in deeper dynasty and keeper leagues.

4 months ago
Genesis Cabrera Exits With a Cracked Fingernail

St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Genesis Cabrera was forced to leave Monday's Grapefruit League game against the Minnesota Twins due to a cracked fingernail. Cabrera was trying to make a case for a rotation spot, but this setback could push him out of that competition. Cabrera was a bit shaky in 20 1/3 big league innings last season after a rough Triple-A season in which he posted a 5.91 ERA. Cabrera may be ticketed for the bullpen, but he has options left so another season in Triple-A, at least to start the year, may be in store.

5 months ago