By ANTHONY ANDROFOXSportsSouthwest.com
ARLINGTON, Texas The only person standing between Detroit's Miguel Cabrera and a Triple Crown is pulling for the Tigers' slugger to be the first to achieve the milestone since 1967.
That doesn't mean Josh Hamilton plans to go into a power funk though.
Cabrera started the day leading the American League in batting average and RBI. He's second to Hamilton in homers Hamilton's 43rd Monday broke a tie.
"He's got to hit more home runs," Hamilton said. "I'm not going to stop playing. I'm rooting for him but at the same time I'm going out and I'm not not trying to hit home runs. I'm just playing the game. He's so close I'd definitely like to see it happen."
The last Triple Crown winner was Boston's Carl Yastrzemski. One thing that could help Cabrera is if the Rangers decide to rest Hamilton if they clinch the AL West. Hamilton, who missed five games because of ocular keratitis, said he thinks his timing is good enough that if he was to rest it ...