With a zip-zip score in the fourth inning of the 2013 All Star Game and runners on the corners, Miguel Cabrera figured the American League needed to make something happen. So Cabrera, while leading off third, he gave the steal sign to Orioles first baseman Chris Davis.
Was it because he thought Davis could run on Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina? Heck no. Cabrera was obviously hoping that Davis would pull something so he would miss time and let Cabby back into the American League home run race.
Cabrera leads the AL in batting average at .365 with Mike Trout in second at .322. He leads Davis in RBIs by two, 95-93. But he trails Davis in home runs 37-30.
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