The Detroit Tigers baseball player, Miguel Cabrera, once again marked a new step in his brilliant career by reaching a new step in the count of runs scored within the Major Leagues.
The 'Major Tiger' managed to score career 1.533 for life after stepping on the plate in the fourth episode to be able to overcome the legend of the St. Louis Cardinals, Frankie Frisch.
Despite having finished the game 2-0, the man born in Maracay received two walks to be able to take over the bases and thus achieve the expected feat.
Cabrera matched Frankie's mark on May 12 after being driven in by Jake Rogers' homer against the Seattle Mariners.
With this achievement, 'Miggy' establishes himself in the 61st place on the list of top scorers of all time.
Frisch is a renowned Hall of Famer who played 19 seasons in the Major Leagues, posting a .316 career batting average.
The next to reach in this department is Manny Ramírez, who left a mark of 1.544 footprints at home.