Miguel Cabrera continues in the fight to rise in the historical positions of unstoppables in MLB. The maracayero reached 3.105 hits in Major League Baseball this Tuesday against the Texas Rangers.
Miggy also doubled in his second at-bat to reach his 611 two-base hits in MLB.
With these hits, the "Tiger Mayor" has five hits from Dave Winfield, who ranks 22nd in MLB history in the hits department.
This hit by Cabrera, against the shipments of Venezuelan Martin Pérez, brought a hairline to the scoreboard, which adds his 1.853 towed for life in the Big Top.
In addition, the Venezuelan arrived safely at home plate and has accumulated 1534 runs scored.
Let's remember that this is Cabrera's last season as an active player in the Majors, so each extra-base hit from the maracayero can add a new milestone to his great record in a 20-year career.