DETROIT What we are witnessing this week is the best hitter in baseball putting on a show unlike anything hes ever displayed even in winning the Triple Crown last season.
Detroit Tigers third baseman Miguel Cabrera did it again Thursday night, launching a majestic, two-run homer in the first inning. That made it four consecutive games with a homer, matching his personal best streak from 2004, when he played right field for the Florida Marlins.
He also had a RBI-single in the 7-6 comeback win over the Minnesota Twins, and has six homers, 13 RBIs and nine hits in four games while batting .600 with five walks. In 2012, Cabreras top RBI total over a four-game stretch was 10 and his best home run total in four games was three.
Just when you thought Cabrera couldnt get scarier for opposing pitchers, hes become a wrecking ball like never before. And get this hes on pace to shatter the games single-season RBI record that has stood for 83 years.
Cabrera is one away from the league ho...