Miguel Cabrera

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Birthdate 4/18/1983
Death Date
Debut Year 2003
Year of Induction
Teams Marlins, Tigers
Positions Designated Hitter, First Base, Third Base

Miguel Cabrera earned the 2012 Triple Crown with 44 homers, 139 runs batted in, .330 avg. It was baseball’s first since Carl Yastrzemski in 1967.

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JSA authenticated autograph on ticket from the day Miguel Cabrera became a lock for the Hall of Fame

JSA authenticated autograph on ticket from the day Miguel Cabrera became a lock for the Hall of Fame

Miguel Cabrera signed his first professional baseball contract at age 16 with the Florida Marlins. He progressed their minor-league system and made his MLB debut at the age of 20. Miggy played in 87 games that year as Florida won their first World Series. Cabrera had 18 hits in the post season. The

6 responses to “Miguel Cabrera”

  1. What is really amazing about Cabrera winning the Triple Crown is that: A) He is a right handed batter… and it’s much harder for right handers to win the batting crown and B) he gets virtually no infield hits because he is so SLOW. This really makes his achievement that much greater. A .330 Batting Average, for a right hander…with no wheels at all…WOW!!

  2. Elizabeth Vallance says:

    He’s amazing, but such an intelligent player, especially at the plate. It’s been wonderful to be able to watch him just get better every year-since he’s been a Detroit Tiger!

  3. Gary mcbride says:

    quiet superstar doesn’t get the publicity

  4. Mike says:

    Ive also heard that he was born with a tooth growing out of his left foot

  5. David says:

    and to hit that many in home runs in a park that is not homer friendly could have had 100 more in a new Yankee stadium and similar parks… ❤️ My Tiger

  6. Gary says:

    The best part of Miggy is, he loves the game & plays it like a kid…He has fun with players & fans. He also happens to b one of the best hitters of all time.

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