Found November 05, 2013 on The Majors Detroit:
In addition to his Player of the Year and Most Outstanding Player honors, Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera will appear on the upcoming release of MLB The Show for Playstation. Here’s a release from the Playstation blog: Our cover athlete was chosen by his fellow players, by the opponents who compete against him day in and day out. Every player in the big leagues had the opportunity to nominate one player for this year’s cover, and earlier tonight at the 2013 Player’s Choice Awards on the MLB Network, the winner was revealed. We’re proud to announce that eight-time All-Star, 2012 American League Most Valuable Player, 2012 American League Triple-Crown Award winner, two-time Sporting News Player of the Year (2012, 2013), and the two-time Hank Aaron Award winner (2012, 2013), Detroit Tigers third baseman, Miguel Cabrera, will grace the cover of MLB 14 The Show. The game is set for release in the spring of 2014. h/t: Bless You Boys, Playstation
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