Detroit Tigers star Miguel Cabrera hit again for the second straight day by going 2-1 in his team's 0-3 loss to the Chicago White Sox.
This unstoppable became the 3.107 in the career of the Venezuelan baseball player, who little by little continues to show his quality with the wood.
The shot, which he connected through the center field, was a few meters away from becoming a new home run for the maracayero. However, due to the outfielder's shooting speed, he barely made it to first base..
With this unstoppable 'Miggy' he is only three singles away from the Hall of Fame member, Dave Winfield.
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Currently, the Venezuelan slugger is averaging .202 with 19 hits, seven RBIs and four runs scored in 94 at-bats this season.
As for the game, Andrew Benintendi singled in the bottom of the sixth to drive in the first run for the White Sox at the feet of Romy González.
After that, Eloy Jiménez had another hit to center field, which allowed him to send Tim Anderson to the plate and make it 0-2.
The final run came in the bottom of the seventh inning on Tim Anderson's double for Jake Burger to score the run.