The Venezuelan Miguel Cabrera (Miggy), figure of the Detroit Tigers, returned to action on Monday after passing through the disabled list and did so in a stellar plan against the Baltimore Orioles to get closer to the marks of Ichiro Suzuki and Carl Yastrzemski.
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DH Miguel Cabrera is activated from the 10-day disabled list.
In his first at-bat, Miggy hit a line drive that fell in front of the left fielder and allowed Javier "El Mago" Báez to hit a quick run from first base to score.
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With this hairline pushed, the pride of La Pedrera, Aragua state, was two to match the 1.844 RBIs of the immortal Yastrzemski.
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Later, the Venezuelan scored another hit to reach 3.081 hits for life, eight behind the speedy Ichiro.
For his part, Tyler Alexander, who reached the seventh inning pitched No-Hitter, scored the victory (4-10).
The Tigers took this game by shutout (11 to 0) and gave the Orioles a hard setback, who are looking to get into the wild card spots of the American League.