PHOENIX — The D-backs added some versatility and balance to their lineup Friday. They agreed with
During his 14-year big league career, Cabrera has played first base, second base, shortstop and third base. He could see time at a variety of positions for the D-backs. Cabrera last played shortstop in 2018 and last played second in ’19. In ’20, he played first and third for the Nats.
When he’s not in the lineup, Cabrera gives the D-backs a veteran hitter off the bench, which is something else the team had been hoping to add this offseason. Cabrera has a career .286 batting average as a pinch-hitter and a .406 on-base percentage in that role.