Miguel Cabrera is preparing to play what will be the next season of the Major League Baseball, which will be number 20 in his career and in which he will seek to continue improving his offensive statistics to continue making merits to be in the Cooperstown Hall of Fame once he decides to retire.
But not everything is strictly sporting for the Venezuelan first baseman of the Detroit Tigers, who also wants to enjoy the good atmosphere within the Bengali ninth for what is already the final stage of his career in which he hopes to be healthy to continue playing for the next two years.
That’s why the 2012 American League Batting Triple Crown winner couldn’t help but get nostalgic on social media after seeing a post made by a former Tigers player, who is currently meeting with the Tigers. Houston Astros, team that disputes the 2021 World Series before the Atlanta Braves.
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So he let her know Miguel Cabrera to his former teammate and fans after posting a response to a post by the star starter on his personal Instagram account. “Go back to your family in the D”, wrote the Venezuelan referring to the city of Detroit where the right-hander played from his debut in 2005 until mid-2017.
The 38-year-old right-hander will become a free agent after this season. Between his steps through the Detroit Tigers and the Houston Astros He has a career record of 226-129, with a 3.33 ERA and 3,013 strikeouts and in 454 starts, of which 380 were with the Bengali ninth.
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