Found August 28, 2013 on
The Victory Formation:
Remember last year when Miguel Cabrera won a Triple Crown and the MVP even though Mike Trout was probably the more valuable player? Well, don’t look now, but Miguel Cabrera looks poised to win this year’s MVP going away and possibly win a second straight Triple Crown even though, in some regards, Fat Mike Trout has sophomore slumped his way to an even better season than last year. Cabrera is running away with the batting average (26 point difference between Miggie and second place Trout) and RBI titles (12 more than Chris Davis) and he is within striking distance of Chris Davis for the HR lead for the year. For most of the season Davis has been way up on home runs but as it stands there are only 3 dingers separating Miguel Cabrera from from an unprecedented repeat of his Triple Crown heroics from last year. Cabrera also stands a good chance of surpassing 2,000 hits in the majors before the end of the season, just to add some flair to his uniform. It’s fun to peruse the career stats of Cabrera and see just how dominant he has been from the moment he hit the show. After 10.5 [...]
BEST OF MAXIM
DETROIT -- A bad week got even worse for the Tigers Thursday afternoon when Miguel Cabrera had to leave the game with an injury.
With the Tigers trailing Oakland 6-1 in the fifth inning, Cabrera launched a ball into the right-centerfield gap that looked like an easy double. However, with his assortment of injuries, he was unable to move at anything beyond a slow jog. When he realized...
Nothing can stop Miguel Cabrera.
The Tigers’ ace plans to play through injury, after suffering a freak abdomen injury following an awkward slide to second base in the fifth inning.
Cabrera has no plans to sit for days nursing the injury, and has every intention to play on Friday as the team starts a series against division rival Indians.
“I’m OK,” Cabrera said. “I’ll...
Detroit Tigers’ fans received a scare yesterday as they watched
MVP-candidate Miguel Cabrera exit the team’s afternoon contest early with an abdominal injury. The ailment has been diagnosed as a left abdominal wall
strain, but Cabrera isn’t concerned. In fact, the third baseman told reporters –
including Bobby Nightengale of MLB.com – that he will be back in the team’s...
FRIENDS NOT ENEMIES
Chris Davis is Miguel Cabrera's biggest obstacle blocking him from winning the Triple Crown, but he wants the Tigers slugger to win it.
Detroit Tigers superstar Miguel Cabrera left Thursday's game after hurting his abdomen while making an awkward slide trying to stretch a single into a double.
The reigning Triple Crown winner limped off the field in the fifth inning against Oakland. He was listed as day to day with discomfort.
Cabrera has been hobbled this month with a strain in his groin, abdominal and hip...
Miguel Cabrera‘s biggest hurdle in becoming the first player to record consecutive Triple Crowns may be his own body.
The Detroit Tigers slugger left Thursday’s game with the Oakland Athletics after suffering an apparent leg injury. Cabrera appeared to injure himself when sliding into second base after unsuccessfully trying to stretch a single into a double in the fifth inning...
Miguel Cabrera did his usual thing, coming up with another big homer for the Detroit Tigers. This time, their pitching let them down.
Three relievers allowed at least one run as the Tigers lost 8-6 to the Oakland Athletics on Monday night, ending a three-game winning streak.
''We just didn't pitch good. I don't know what else to tell you,'' Detroit manager...
77-54, 1st place, 5.5 up on the Indians.
The Tigers just treated us to one of the most exciting games of the season, but wound up on the wrong side of 8-6. There was another Miggy Moment, the 2-run HR to right field on a 3-1 pitch off the plate that tied the game. Miguel Cabrera is the Babe Ruth of our time, make no mistake. No pinstripes on that guy, either. He’s a TIGER. Fielder...
Scoreboard Watch: The Tigers got things overwith early today, finally beating the Athletics 7-6 after losing the first three games of the series. The walk-off win was not all good news for Detroit, who lost Miguel Cabrera again during the game. He left after being thrown out trying to leg out a double, then was pulled from the game. This could be huge news for the Indians who go...
In 2012, Miguel Cabrera added to his mantle a Triple-Crown and a hotly-contested MVP, edging out Mike Trout in one of the most debated award-races in recent memory.
In 2013, there will be no such debate. In 2013, the question isn’t whether Miguel Cabrera’s season deserves to stand atop the current crop of players that look so human in comparison.
The question is where this season...
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I truly have to say that the MLB baseball IQ is at an all-time low! I just don’t understand why anyone would continue to pitch to the leagues best pure hitter. There is no doubt that Miguel Cabrera will indeed catch Baltimore Orioles slugger Chris Davis. Davis leads all of baseball with 46 home runs, which is a all-time high for...
The last time the Detroit Tigers and Cleveland Indians met, Detroit swept the four-game series at Progressive Field earlier this month to take a commanding lead in the AL Central.
Another such performance could practically seal the division for the Tigers, who host the slumping Indians on Friday night in the opener of a three-game set.
The Tigers (78-56), up 6 1/2 games on the...