Found July 29, 2013 on MLB Injury News:
The good news is he's playing.  The bad news is his hip still hurts.  Miguel Cabrera, who was thrown out of yesterday's game for arguing, is battling lingering soreness in his hip.  He was able to avoid the DL when he first injured the hip, but he may need additional rest here and there. Matthew Mowery of the Detroit Free Press relayed manager Jim Leyland's comments on Cabrera after Sunday's game: Leyland: "Cabrera, I think, is still bothered, but he is getting better. The ejection may have been a blessing. He didn’t play much today." — Matthew B. Mowery (@matthewbmowery) July 28, 2013 Cabrera was tossed with the bases loaded after saying something about a pitch in the third inning to home plate umpire Chad Fairchild.  The ejection seemed a bit hasty, but in reality it sounds like Cabrera could have used the rest.  The Tigers went on to win handily without their MVP. Even though Cabrera may need some additional rest for his hip, Tigers fans should breathing a sigh of relief.  He is once again in the MVP discussion and the Triple-Crown discussion.  Cabrera is a force and is a big reason why the Tigers are in first place in the division.  If they were to lose him for an extended period of time, it would not be surprising to see the Cleveland Indians overtake the Tigers for first place. Follow @mlbinjurynews Looking for fantasy baseball advice?
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