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Miggy seeks to hunt down two legends

As for active players, the Venezuelan is the second player with the most hits and RBIs

After his unstoppable 3.057 and RBI of 1.829 for life in the Major Leagues (MLB, for its acronym in English), Miguel Cabrera (Miggy) could surpass the mark of hits of Craig Biggio and Manny Ramírez's RBI this weekend.

Miggy, emblem of the Detroit Tigers, needs three hits to catch up with the former Houston Astros player and Hall of Famer, and just two charters to tie the mighty Dominican ballplayer.

After their stay in the San Francisco Bay and taking a day off, the pride of La Pedrera, Aragua state, will have the Kansas City Royals as their rival from Friday to Sunday.

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For life against the team of an injured Salvador Pérez, "El Tigre Mayor" has a lifetime average of .310, hit 34 home runs and took 157 runs to the plate. For this reason, it would not be strange for the Venezuelan to catch up with the aforementioned MLB legends.

As for the active players, Miggy is the second player with the most hits and RBIs, only behind the Dominican Albert Pujols who is in his retirement season.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Miggy, if he stays healthy and rested, could catch up with Albert Pujols if he takes the 2024 option year. In addition to approaching 2.000 RBI and 550 HR. Him also in surpassing Jim Thome in home runs hit off the side of his hand ...

  2. I would like Miguel Cabrera to retire next season at the most, he already has numbers to enter the hall of fame and to keep the average above 300

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