Cabrera ‘nearing retirement’, 3145 career hits ‘jump to 19th all-time’

Cabrera ‘nearing retirement’, 3145 career hits ‘jump to 19th all-time’

Prospective Hall of Famer Miguel Cabrera (40, Detroit Tigers), who is retiring at the end of this season, has reached another milestone.

먹튀검증Detroit hosted the Minnesota Twins at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan, USA, on 10 October.

Cabrera, who batted sixth and designated hitter for Detroit, had RBI singles in the third, fifth and seventh innings. It was his second straight multi-hit game, leading his team to a 9-5 victory.

With the three hits, Cabrera added to the 3,142 he had recorded the day before and moved past Robin Yount into sole possession of 19th place on the major league’s all-time hits list with 3,145.

He is, of course, first among active players. The gap between Cabrera and the next closest active player, Joey Votto (40, Cincinnati Reds), is over 1,000.

Miguel Cabrera. Photo by Getty Images

Barring injury or other special circumstances, Cabrera is on track to pass Adrian Beltre, who retired with 3166 hits, for 16th place on the all-time list.

Reaching another milestone, Cabrera has hit .264 with one home run and 17 RBIs in 67 games this season, with a .337 slugging percentage and a .675 OPS.

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