You can add lousy teammate to that list. In 2008, his one year in Chicago, Cabrera quickly got on the wrong side of his teammates and manager Ozzie Guillen. He displayed a selfish, 'me first" attitude that rubbed people on the team the wrong way. Several times after being charged with an error, Cabrera would call the official scorer on the phone, during the game, and lobby to get the error changed to a hit, or if it was a throwing error, to get it charged to first baseman Paul Konerko. This didn't sit well with the club, and they let it be known before the season even ended that Cabrera wouldn't be back.
"Only twice in my life has the hair on the back of my neck stood up straight. The first time was when I saw Michaelangelo's Sistine Chapel. The second time was when I saw Sandy Koufax's fastball" - Al Campanis.