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MLB Trade Rumors: Miguel Cabrera won’t stand in the way of a sensible trade

The Tigers’ star doesn’t want to be traded, but is willing to listen to proposals. Of all the major stars in baseball, Miguel Cabrera is typically one of the most reticent to speak his mind, at least to the American media. While he’s one of the most expressive, fun-loving players on the field, he generally avoids reporters unless he really has something to say. He had plenty...
Via Bless You Boys
5 days ago

Miguel Cabrera Open To Trade; Deal Unlikely

The Tigers’ goal is to cut payroll and age from their roster, but they haven’t held active trade talks involving high-priced, 33-year-old first baseman Miguel Cabrera, reports FanRag’s Jon Heyman. “There’s never been anything close,” a source told Heyman in regards to a potential Cabrera trade. Detroit general manager Al Avila indicated last month that he’d be open...
Via MLB Trade Rumors
5 days ago

If it benefited the Tigers Miguel Cabrera would welcome a trade

Rob Grabowski-USA TODAY Sports The Tigers are in transition which seems to have come very apparent to first baseman Miguel Cabrera. Speaking to a group of reporters at his Miggyball charity event in Maracay, Venezuela, the Tigers’ slugger told reporters (in Spanish) that he “love(s) playing in Detroit” but the “doors are open” to a trade. Via Evan Woodbery of Mlive: ...
Via The Majors Detroit
6 days ago

Report: Astros showing interest in Miguel Cabrera, Encarnacion

The Houston Astros want to make a big splash this offseason, and they’re looking at two of the biggest bats in baseball to do it. According to FOX Sports’s Jon Morosi, the Astros are likely to pursue Detroit’s Miguel Cabrera or free agent Edwin Encarnacion, with money to spend. #Astros will pursue Miguel Cabrera or Edwin Encarnacion. Payroll increase is coming. They have...
Via Larry Brown Sports
November 09, 2016  |  Discuss

Let’s Watch Miguel Cabrera Make a Run Happen

In the past, I’ve done a few Let’s Watch posts about Billy Hamilton‘s baserunning. This is because Billy Hamilton is probably the best baserunner in baseball, so some of the things he’s able to do are extraordinary. I know we’ve all gotten used to it — one of the great shames of existence is how quickly we get used to certain things — but Hamilton is legitimately amazing...
Via Fangraphs
September 21, 2016  |  Discuss

Miguel Cabrera Injury: Tigers First Baseman Leaves Game With Hurt Arm

Detroit Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera left Monday’s game with an injury to his arm. The 30-year-old slugger suffered the injury in the fourth inning when Kansas City Royals rookie third baseman Cheslor Cuthbert ran into him at first base. Cabrera left the game three innings later and was diagnosed with a biceps strain. He’s considered day to day, but could return as soon...
Via NESN.com
August 15, 2016  |  Discuss

Draftkings: David Ortiz, Miguel Cabrera Among Tom Caron’s Picks

David Ortiz looks to be heating up again, so NESN’s Tom Caron believes the Boston Red Sox designated hitter should find his way into your DraftKings daily fantasy baseball lineup. If you’re interested in giving DraftKings a whirl, visit DraftKings.com and enter promo code “NESN” to play for free. Here are TC’s three picks for Saturday, August 13: — David Ortiz, DH, Boston...
Via NESN.com
August 13, 2016  |  Discuss

Miguel Cabrera has now homered against every MLB team

Miguel Cabrera has added yet another achievement in a career that will certainly put him in the Hall of Fame. With his home run on Tuesday against the Miami Marlins (his former team), Cabrera has now homered against every MLB club. With a 3-run homer vs. Marlins, @MiguelCabrera has now homered against ALL 30 @MLB clubs. https://t.co/gdNfJ2kuMi pic.twitter.com/nTilySzpS8 — MLB...
Via Sportsnaut
June 29, 2016  |  Discuss

Miguel Cabrera gives pitcher props for strikeout pitch

Miguel Cabrera hit a RBI double in the first inning of Tuesday’s 3-1 win over the Phillies, but was greeted by a nasty changeup during his next at-bat that caused him to go down swinging. Cabrera had fouled off a few pitches up to that point, but elected to chase the nasty 2-2 pitch and struck out to end the third inning. It was so good that he even gave pitcher Jeremy Hellickson...
Via The Sports Daily
May 25, 2016  |  Discuss

Tigers’ Miguel Cabrera gets playful in Cleveland, hugging Indians fan in stands

The Detroit Tigers finished up a six-game road trip to Minnesota and Cleveland with a 9-4 loss to the Indians at Progressive Field on Thursday. That finished off a three-game sweep in Cleveland, dropping Detroit’s record to 14-13 and a tie for third place in the AL Central. Despite the Tigers’ struggles in Cleveland, Detroit slugger Miguel Cabrera still managed to show his fun...
Via The Comeback
May 06, 2016  |  Discuss
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