Orlando Cabrera & Red Sox

Orlando Luis Cabrera, nicknamed O-Cab and The OC , (born November 2, 1974) is a Colombian-American former baseball infielder. The Boston Red Sox are a professional baseball team based in Boston, Massachusetts, and a member of Major League Baseball’s American League Eastern Division. 3.7/5

Orlando Cabrera Red Sox Nomar Garciaparra Alex Gonzalez Doug Mientkiewicz Montreal Expos Brendan Harris Matt Murton Justin Jones Boston Red Sox Chicago Cubs Fenway Park Baton Rouge

Nunez has been right man/right time for the Sox, a good roster fit who's added an Orlando Cabrera-ish energy jolt
I could not get to Fenway Park for the Red Sox Opening Game, so I had a Red Sox player come to me! Orlando Cabrera, infielder for the Red Sox, retired, signed an official baseball for me. Might I add, he was a perfect gentleman, friendly and *** CUTE. ( yes, we're dating now.)
Imagine writing a book about Boston Red Sox shortstops, 2005 to present. Chapter 1, ‘What Might Have Been,’ would cover Nomar Garciaparra.  You remember Nomar: 1997 AL Rookie of the Year; AL batting champion in 1999 and 2000; face of the franchise from 1999-2003. In fact as late as the fall of 2003, most Sox fans would have predicted Nomar would still be the Red Sox shortstop today. Except that following the 2003 season, the Sox tried to sign A-Rod, and everything went directly to *** Learning that many Sox fans were ready to kick him to the curb to make room for A-Rod (what did we know, back then?), Nomar actually called Boston sports radio — while on his honeymoon — to defend himself.  As it turned out, the A-Rod deal fell famously apart, but so did Nomar. He went from playing poorly to rarely playing at all, and at the trade deadline he was dealt, bravely and brilliantly, to the Chicago Cubs in a three-team deal that brought the Sox shortstop Orlando Cabrera, first baseman Doug Mientkiewicz . ...
What a great day I met Orlando Cabrera from the 04 Red Sox and CCU beat Clemson
On This Day In 2004, Nomar Garciaparra & Matt Murton became Cubs as part of a 4-team trade with the Red Sox. The Twins sent Doug Mientkiewicz to the Red Sox. The Montreal Expos sent Orlando Cabrera to the Red Sox. The Cubs sent Francis Beltran, Alex Gonzalez & Brendan Harris to the Expos. The Cubs sent Justin Jones (minors) to the Twins.
A bat, made in Baton Rouge, was used by Red Sox shortstop Orlando Cabrera when he broke "the Curse of the Bambino."
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