SAN DIEGO CA - SEPTEMBER 25: Everth Cabrera #1 of the San Diego Padres dives for a ground ball against the Cincinnati Reds in their MLB game on September 25 2010 at PETCO Park in San Diego California. The Padres won the ballgame 4-3 in the bottom of the ninth inning. (Photo by Donald Miralle/Getty Images)
Dan Hayes of the North County Times has reported via Twitter that several teams have asked the San Diego Padres about shortstop and second baseman Everth Cabrera, but the Padres have stated that they are not shopping him or looking to trade him elsewhere.
The Atlanta Braves have asked the Padres about outfielder Will Venable as well, but the Padres said that he is not available and will not be traded. That was reported by Jon Paul Morosi from FOX Sports, and Hayes replied to the tweet with his report on Cabrera, saying that they are not inclined to trade him, or any depth on the roster.
Cabrera, 25 years old, started his career with the Colorado Rockies after they signed him as a free agent. He first saw the majors in 2009 with the Padres when he was 22 and it is the only team he has played on at the MLB level.