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MIGUEL CABRERA RUMORS

Tigers' Cabrera takes hot bat to Oakland

Miguel Cabrera is on the upswing and already victimized the Oakland Athletics last month. Now the Detroit Tigers superstar may have a perfect opportunity to end his woes against left-handers when he faces Sean Manaea for the first time. Cabrera and the visiting Tigers start a three-game set Friday night (9 pregame, 10:05 first pitch on FOX Sports Detroit) when they meet Manaea and...
Via Associated Press
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Here's how Miguel Cabrera got out of his early-season slump

Cabrera's rough start to the season stemmed from the way he was being pitched and when he chose to swing. There will come a time in Miguel Cabrera’s career when the Detroit Tigers’ slugger will no longer be one of the game’s elite hitters. While this is unlikely to come anytime soon, skeptics will jump on any opportunity to pounce on any moment of decline. So when things looked...
Via Bless You Boys
3 days ago

Miguel Cabrera gives thumbs up to Jeremy Hellickson on strikeout pitch

In the first two games of their series in Detroit, the Philadelphia Phillies have struggled to control Miguel Cabrera, but Phillies right-hander Jeremy Hellickson got the future Hall of Famer to go down swinging on Tuesday night. Cabrera was impressed, and extended a seal of approval on the good pitch from the Phillies’ starter with a thumbs up. Hellickson got Cabrera to swing...
Via The Comeback
3 days ago  |  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
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Tigers’ Miguel Cabrera is far from washed up

Cabrera is on a wicked tear and opposing pitchers should be terrified. DETROIT -- The Miguel Cabrera that fans have seen for the last three years was a hitter to be feared. And he wasn't even healthy. Who he is now should be downright terrifying to opposing pitchers. Not since he won the Triple Crown in 2012 has Cabrera looked as powerful as he does right now. Cabrera is on some...
Via Bless You Boys
4 days ago

Tigers beat Rays 9-4 but Zimmermann, Cabrera hurt

DETROIT (AP) Miguel Cabrera and Victor Martinez homered, and the Detroit Tigers beat the Tampa Bay Rays 9-4 on Sunday despite losing starter Jordan Zimmermann to a strained groin in the sixth inning. Detroit has won six of seven, but Zimmermann's injury is a concern. He has been the team's best pitcher after signing with the Tigers in the offseason. Zimmermann (7-2) allowed two...
Via Associated Press
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Cabrera leaves game after being hit in knee area with pitch

DETROIT (AP) Miguel Cabrera has left Detroit's game against Tampa Bay on Sunday in the seventh inning after being hit around the left knee with a pitch. Cabrera was hit by Dana Eveland's pitch while leading off the bottom of the seventh. The Detroit slugger hobbled around for a while, and trainer Kevin Rand came out to check on him. Cabrera went to first to try to play on, but...
Via Associated Press
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Miguel Cabrera loses bat in the stands, Tigers fan gives it back

Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera took a mighty cut at a Jose Berrios pitch in the first inning of Monday's Twins-Tigers game and sent his bat soaring behind the Tigers' dugout.A fan made a solid catch and fortunately no one was injured (though he did have to fight off other fans trying to secure a souvenir.)Whatever flies in the stands at a baseball game immediately becomes the property...
Via Fox Sports
11 days ago  |  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
22 days ago  |  Discuss

How much more can we expect of Miguel Cabrera?

“I think if we were healthy, I think we’d be in the race right now.“ A little over one week ago, Detroit’s Miguel Cabrera said that while addressing his club’s underwhelming season and criticisms facing current manager Brad Ausmus. And while there’s no use in worrying about the “if we were healthy" thought, it does turn my focus to one individual in particular:...
Via The Sports Post
September 26, 2015  |  Discuss
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