Former Indian Orlando Cabrera has played his last MLB game. The 15-year veteran infielder announced his retirement on Wednesday. Cabrera, 37, signed with the Indians last winter and appeared in 91 games for the Tribe. He hit .244/.277/.321 with 4 home runs, 38 RBI, and -0.6 fWAR before being traded to the Giants for outfield prospect Thomas Neal in July.
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