Miguel Cabrera is used to getting the best of himself in times of pressure and that was demonstrated on Monday night when he returned to the field after almost 20 days absent with a left biceps injury.
His departure from the Detroit Tigers, on September 2, did not look good; It was even thought that it would be a sudden goodbye to a golden career in the Majors; however, with strength and momentum, the 'Big Tiger' came back against the Baltimore Orioles and in his first at-bat he hit an RBI single, which served as the opening for the Bengali victory with a score of 11-0.
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Once again, Miguel Cabrera returned to give two hits in the same MLB game. No. 23 this season; sneaking into his career as the third Latino with the most multihits in the Major Leagues with 877 in total, to occupy the historical 21st position alone.
The 39-year-old Venezuelan left Roberto Clemente behind and is now going for Rod Carew's mark (896) among players born outside the United States, he will also try to reach 900 games of this magnitude before he hangs up the spikes, by just like Albert Pujols did, who currently has 942. As for this 2022 campaign, Cabrera has had ups and downs, however, with the two hits on Monday he got a little closer to a hundred this season, so it would be his 17th season with 100 or more hits.