No more Cabrera

The Schmuck Stops Here

October 03, 2008|By PETER SCHMUCK

Nobody has spent more time than me over the past five years telling everyone that Daniel Cabera is just a couple of steps in the maturation process from becoming the next Randy Johnson, albeit throwing with the other arm. I finally gave up on that when Daniel came into camp last spring with a chip on his shoulder and showed no sign of the growth necessary to become a consistent winner. And that was when he was going to make $2.87 million.

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