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Tigers Notes: Cabrera will play at third to keep Martinez in lineup

DETROIT -- Miguel Cabrera will play third base with Victor Martinez taking his usual first base spot for some of the three-game series beginning Monday with the Diamondbacks in Arizona, Detroit Tigers manager Brad Ausmus said Sunday morning. Martinez starting Sunday at first base against the Cleveland Indians is a good indication the side-back injury that caused him to miss 11 starts...
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Tigers' Miguel Cabrera denies report he feels lingering effects from injury

Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera denied telling a reporter the groin muscles he had surgically repaired this offseason are still affecting him. A story published by USA Today on Monday said Cabrera, in Spanish, talked about the lingering injury. “There are times when I feel good, but there are always muscles that are tightening, muscles that are not functioning properly,&...
Via Pro Sports Daily
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VIDEO: Miguel Cabrera’s 2-run homer puts the AL All-Stars on top

Your browser does not support iframes. Reports this week were saying that Miguel Cabrera was still feeling the effects of an injury that plagued him a good portion of last season. If that’s the case, Adam Wainwright couldn’t take advantage. During the first inning of tonight’s All-Star Game from Minneapolis the Tigers first baseman hit a 2-run shot to left that got out in a...
Via The Majors Detroit
6 days ago  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Miguel Cabrera hits 2-run HR in All-Star Game

Miguel Cabrera admitted before the game that his core injury that required offseason surgery was still bothering him and affecting his power (only 14 home runs thus far this season), but he had no trouble turning on a Adam Wainwright fastball in the first inning and sending it into the seats. Miggy’s social media guy/gal also wasted no time getting the video up on his official...
Via Detroit4lyfe
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Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera still bothered by groin injury

Detroit Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera says that a groin injury that bothered him last season and required him to have sports hernia surgery is still giving him issues. Even though his overall power numbers are down, Cabrera still leads the major leagues with 75 RBI. Last season, Cabrera became the first player in major league history to reach 30 home runs and 90 RBI before...
Via Pro Sports Daily
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Miguel Cabrera still not 100 percent: ‘Muscles not functioning’

Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera says he is not fully recovered from a groin injury tear that that plagued him at the end of 2013. “There are times when I feel good, but there are always muscles that are tightening, muscles that are not functioning properly,” Cabrera said to USA Today on Monday. “It’s part of the process. The same thing is happening to Justin Verlander...
Via Sports-Glory
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Miguel Cabrera Reveals That He and Justin Verlander Are Still Bothered by Core Muscle Injuries

Put this one down as “not exactly what Detroit Tigers fans wanted to hear over the All-Star break”. In an interview with USA Today’s Jorge L. Ortiz, Miguel Cabrera revealed that he still does not feel 100 percent following offseason surgery to repair a sports hernia. He also said that Justin Verlander, who underwent the same procedure, is dealing with similar issues. “There...
Via The Detroit Sports Site
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Detroit Tigers rumors: Ben Zobrist edition

Don’t look now, but the Detroit Tigers are in second place. For a team with World Series hopes, second place in the lately-pitiful AL Central simply won’t cut it. Owner Mike Ilitch has opened up his wallet in recent years, and GM Dave Dombrowski is certainly always looking to wheel and deal. His track record thus far has been sterling: he’s lured players like Miguel Cabrera...
June 20, 2014  |  1 Comment

WATCH: Miguel Cabrera makes a young fan's night

Before his fifth inning at-bat against Boston’s Jake Peavy on Sunday night, Miguel Cabrera stopped to shake hands with a young fan at Fenway on his way to the plate. The young kid was clearly ecstatic that baseball’s best hitter went out of his way to meet him, and it was arguably the game’s best moment. Just another reason why baseball is better. Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Via Next Impulse Sports
May 18, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Austin Jackson can't believe what Cabrera did

Via Guyism
May 13, 2014  |  Discuss
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