Oswaldo Cabrera Contract, Salary and Net Worth

Oswaldo Cabrera

Cabrera was signed by the Yankees for $100,000 out of Venezuela in 2015, a year after his older brother Leobaldo was signed for $250,000.

While they released Leobaldo in 2018 (he is now an outfielder in the Twins organization), Oswaldo has gradually evolved into one of their better prospects.

After hitting 22 home runs in his first four pro seasons, he exploded for 29 in 2021, capturing Double-A Northeast League MVP honors and going deep five times in nine Triple-A games at the close of the season.

Cabrera returned from the pandemic hiatus in 2020 with more strength and a more prominent loft on his swing.

His power outburst was limited to the left side, as he batted .290/.350/.612 versus .227/.277/.333 as a righty.

Though he’s a fringy hitter at best, he’s using his legs more at the plate and has taken a more aggressive approach without surrendering much in the way of contact.

Cabrera’s additional weight has cost him some speed, but he’s still an eager runner who makes the most of his fringy to average base running speed.

His fast hands, strong arm, and finely tuned internal clock help him make plays in the field, albeit his range at shortstop is a little limited. He saw more play at second and third base over the last two seasons, and he’s a capable defender at both positions.

Oswaldo Cabrera Contract

Cabrera was signed by the Yankees for $100,000 as an international agent  in 2015

Oswaldo Cabrera Salary

Oswaldo Cabrera’s salary has not been listed in the Yankees 2022 payroll. He received an amount of $100,00 in 2015 when he signed as an international agent

Oswaldo Cabrera Net Worth

Oswaldo Cabrera has a net worth estimation of $50,000