2018: Appeared in 13 regular season games, including 10 starts, and 920 minutes… Reached 75 career games with the Impact and in MLS on July 21, in Portland… Also started both Canadian Championship games against Vancouver and the Impact’s friendly game against Ottawa Fury FC, of the USL, on September 7… Option exercised by the Impact on November 26.
2017: Played 20 games, including 18 starts, and 1,496 minutes of play in his third MLS season… Reached 50 career starts in MLS, on August 12 in Philadelphia, and 5,000 career minutes in MLS on September 24 in Atlanta… Also started one Canadian Championship game.
2016: Signed a long-term contract with the Impact after completing his transfer from River Plate on January 23… Set personal records in MLS with 23 games played, 21 starts and 1,925 minutes of play… Named once the Videotron Player of the Game… Started one Amway Canadian Championship game… Started all five MLS Cup Playoffs games… Also started the international game against A.S. Roma on August 3 at Stade Saputo.
2015: Acquired on loan by the Impact from River Plate on January 8… Started four games in the Concacaf Champions League Championship Stage and helped the team reach the final against Mexican giant Club América… Scored his first career goal with the Impact in the first leg of the semifinal against Alajuelense on March 18, while adding an assist in the tournament… Played in 21 MLS regular season games in his first season with the Impact, including 20 starts and 1,730 minutes played… Twice named to the MLSsoccer.com Team of the Week for weeks 28 and 33, and once named the Videotron Mobile Player of the Game… Also appeared in one Amway Canadian Championship game.
2014-15: Mainly played as a starter with the reserve team in the winter championship in his second season on River Plate’s roster, starting 13 games and totalling more than 1,000 minutes played while helping the reserve team finish atop the standings… Was also part of the roster that won the first Copa Sudamericana title in club history in December 2014, despite not playing a game.
2013-14: Played and started his first Primera División game in Argentina on February 23 against Club Atlético Colón… Was part of the roster that won the Torneo Final, the league’s second half of the season, and the Copa Campeonato title against San Lorenzo.
Spent four years at River Plate’s academy.
In Argentina, played with club Almirante Brown at the age of 12 to 13, and later with Santa Fe club Renato Cesarini, from 13 to 17.
Son of Víctor Hugo Cabrera and Norma Beatriz Garro… Has one brother, Roberto Daniel Garro... Fluent in Spanish.