Maracay player Miguel Cabrera continues to write his history in the Major Leagues and advances to become one of the immortals in the Major Leagues.
Cabrera continues to make 2022 one of his most memorable seasons with the Detroit Tigers. For this Monday, the Venezuelan recorded his hit number 3.060 in the first turn, where he equaled Craig Biggio, who occupies position "25 on the historical list of the undisputed", reported Las Mayores.
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The feat ended with a happy ending when Detroit beat the Guardians 4-1. The Venezuelan's single drove in his teammate Riley Greene and Willi Castro, in this way the Tigers took a two-run lead against the Cleveland Guardians.
Now Cabrera has 1.831 career RBIs and is tied with Manny Ramirez.
By the top of the fourth inning, Josh Naylor hit his 2022th home run of the season, one shy of completing his ten home runs for the XNUMX MLB season. Thanks to Naylor's home run, the Cleveland franchise registered its first and only line on the scoreboard.
Yet another single courtesy of Javier Báez carried Jonathan Schoop home to make it 3-1.
In the bottom of the eighth inning Schoop scored again, this time the last run for the Bengals, a team play since Tucker Barnhart's double drove in the second baseman to make the game 4-1.