Everth Cabrera Slated To Make His Spring Debut, Barring a Rainout

Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

The Padres will take the field today for their third game of the spring still looking to break the seal on their win bladder. Not that wins matter at this point, but they're still nice. So are runs. The Friars failed to pluralize the word in either of the first two games. Fortunately, that Everth Cabrera guy has a knack for crossing the plate and he's in the lineup for the first time this spring.

Of course, all of this is moot if they don't play the game, and at this point that's up in the air. As are raindrops.

They say 2:05 because they're catering to a bunch of Missourians, but to you that's 12:05. As is the case throughout Spring Training, the audio is available for free via padres.com. Head on back here then for the game thread or the rainout thread, whichever it ends up being.

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