The Venezuelan Miguel Cabrera arrived with all his strength to the diamonds after his absence from several games due to the pain he had been experiencing in his knee.
The Venezuelan managed to hit his 3.160th hit in the Major Leagues to place himself six hits away from tying Adrián Beltré in 16th place on the all-time list.
This hit also helped the 'Big Tiger' manage to send Jake Rogers to the plate and thus achieve his 1.876th RBI.
An important fact is that 'Miggy' played his 2.784th game in the Major Leagues and this allowed him to equal Alex Rodríguez in box 27 on said list..
In this category Miguel is only eight official matches away from equaling the legendary Tris Speaker in 26th place with a total of 2.792 games played.
Cabrera is coming off three consecutive days of rest so that he could improve his knee condition due to the chronic injury he has had for a few years.
Despite the performance of the Detroit Tigers' bats, the team ended up being outscored 6-5 by the Cincinnati Reds. They are currently in third position in the American League Central Division with a record of 66-78.