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Miguel Cabrera approaches Suzuki

The Venezuelan hit his unstoppable number 3079 and approaches Ichiro Suzuki

The baseball player of the Detroit Tigers, Miguel Cabrera, had a magnificent return to the field of play during the game played against the Seattle Mariners.

The Maracay player went 3-2 during the felines' 9-3 loss to the Seattle Mariners, a match played at Detroit's Comerica Park.

His crowning moment was in the fifth inning, when he hit the 607th double of the season and the XNUMXth of his career. He previously had a hit in the second inning.

With these results, 'Miggy' reaches 3079 uncatchable, leaving only 10 behind the Japanese Ichiro Suzuki in box number 24.

As for doubles, he remains in 14th place, 17 biangulars behind Hank Aaron, who is in 13th position.

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Cabrera has harvested an average of .261 this season, the product of 92 hits, four home runs, 37 RBIs and 23 runs scored.

The Detroit Tigers are in last place in the American League Central division, 19 games behind the Cleveland Guardians, so it is practically impossible to see Miguel in the playoffs.

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