Orlando Cabrera started his career in 1997 with the Montreal Expos. He got traded to the Boston Red Sox in a three-team trade in 2004 for Nomar Garciaparra and Doug Mientkiewiecz. He helped the team to victory in 2004, when he helped the Red Sox to the World Series. Then they traded him to the Anaheim Angels in 2005 for David Eckstien. In 2006, he got on base in 63 straight games.
In 2008, he got traded to the Chicago White Sox for Jon Garland. He helped the White Sox make it to the 2008 playoffs. He got traded to the Oakland Atheltics in 2009. He got traded in the same year to the Minnesota Twins for cash conversations and Tyler Landendorf. He then got traded to the Cincinnati Reds for 1 year, where is today. His nickname is O-Cab.