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The Reds honored Miggy in Detroit

There are already 20 teams that recognize the Venezuelan in his retirement campaign

The Miguel Cabrera is coming to an end and that is why a new organization joined the series of recognitions for the Venezuelan's career. This time it was the Cincinnati Reds.

The Reds gave Cabrera a personalized bat as part of his final visit to Detroit's Comerica Park of the season. Joey Votto and Will Benson led the delivery of the wood.

“Thank you for everything you have done for the game, Miggy!” the Reds wrote on their social networks.

It should be noted that the Cincinnati Reds are the twentieth team to pay tribute to Cabrera so far this season. Furthermore, they were the first to do so at the home of the Detroit Tigers.

Read also: Cabrera equals Alex Rodríguez on historic list

Let us remember that Cabrera will close a great career as a player at the end of the month. In 20 seasons, he achieved a Batting Triple Crown, with 3.161 hits, 510 home runs and 1.876 RBIs.

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