LHP Sandro Cabrera contract bought by Marlins Organization
August 6, 2022 – Frontier League (FL) – Washington Wild Things Press Release
Washington Wild Things pitcher Sandro Cabrera
(Washington Wild Things)
WASHINGTON, Pa. (August 6) — For the 46th time in franchise history, the Wild Things have had a player contract purchased by an affiliate organization, as left-hander Sandro Cabrera heads to the Miami Marlins system. . Cabrera’s contract is the first in Wild Things history to be won by the Marlins.
Cabrera made 13 starts for the Washington Wild Things this season and was 7-2 with a 3.67 ERA. In 81 innings, he struck out 69 and walked just 26. His last two starts were quality, with seven two-run innings (both runs were not earned) against Ottawa on July 27 and seven more from two-point ball. with seven strikeouts and no walks issued in his last start, Aug. 3 against Gateway.
“[It’s] another deserving player leaving the Wild Things organization… That’s what we’re trying to do here. Sandro has done a great job for us this year and we are happy that he has this opportunity to make a fresh start in the Marlins organization,” manager Tom Vaeth said. “Although he will be greatly missed, especially as we push for a playoff spot, we couldn’t be happier to have another Wild Thing returning to the affiliate ranks.”
Cabrera now leaves the Wild Things top spot and enters the Marlins system.
“We take great pride in providing a platform for players, while making winning the #1 priority,” said Chairman and CEO Tony Buccilli. “Sandro quickly embraced this culture and gave the clubhouse group everything he had.”
The Wild Things wish Cabrera well as his journey continues towards the ultimate goal.
Washington locks horns with Lake Erie tonight for the middle game of a three-game series at Wild Things Park. The first pitch is scheduled for 7:05 p.m. Buy your tickets at wildthingstickets.com.
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