Just to be clear, Cabrera's obp of .316 last year followed seasons of .335, .345, and .334 Before that, he had an abysmal .309 in his first year with the Angels. and is .322 lifetime. He's not ideal top-of-the-order, but he's not Willy T. Sure, I expect Dusty to bat him higher in the lineup than he should, but as traderumor said, this is all about context. Willy T. shouldn't be there--I hope he doesn't even go north(east) with the team.
My belief is that this is one of the last pieces that will solidify the lineup.