DETROIT -- It's kind of an odd time to be Miguel Cabrera right now, yet he's handling it as well as anyone could.
His team is fighting to catch the Chicago White Sox in the Central Division at the same time he's fast approaching a feat that hasn't been accomplished since 1967.
So what does a guy leading all three Triple Crown categories do when he heads home?
If it's Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera, he avoids watching SportsCenter, listening to sports-talk radio and reading the newspaper.
"I love to watch movies, read books," Cabrera said. "I kind of want to stay away from baseball when I go home.
"I want to see movies. I'm big-time watch movies, try to play with my kids. Try and forget baseball for a little bit."
Cabrera, in the fourth inning Saturday, hit his 42nd home run of the season, putting the icing on the cake of Doug Fister's first career shutout, an 8-0 defeat of the Twins.
With the White Sox (81-69) set to play the Los Angeles Angels later Saturday night, it put th...