A week ago, Asdrubal Cabrera had his worst game in the big leagues. He made three errors that led to eight runs in a 9-5 loss to Pittsburgh. He ended the day by getting thrown out at second base for not hustling.

Two days later, Cabrera hit a two-run homer in the 10th inning to give the Indians a 3-2 victory over the Reds. The next day he hit a three-run homer to help complete a three-game sweep.

Last year was Cabrera's 15 minutes of fame. He seemed to be on SportsCenter every night making a great play at shortstop or hitting a dramatic home run. He started the All-Star Game for the American League, won the Silver Slugger award and was a finalist for the Gold Glove.

This year Cabrera is just being Cabrera. After Saturday's 8-1 loss to Houston, he was hitting .300 (72-for-240), with 17 doubles, one triple, nine homers, 33 RBI, 30 walks, 31 strikeouts, .385 on-base percentage, and a .492 slugging percentage in 61 games.