Tigers third baseman Miguel Cabrera was dialed in as he recorded his second career three-home run game Sunday night against the Rangers.Cabrera unleashed a three-run home run in the third, a solo shot in the fifth and another solo home run in the eighth inning. He became the 23rd player in major-league history to finish 4 for 4 with three home runs, five RBI and four runs scored. However, he became...
Tigers third baseman Miguel Cabrera homered and doubled in Tuesday's win over Houston.Cabrera finished 2 for 3 with two runs scored, a walk and an RBI. Cabrera now owns a sharp 1.060 OPS, second in the league to Chris Davis' 1.072 mark. The RBI was his 41st, extending his league-leading total to 41, with Davis' 37 checking in second.
“Cabrera was a monster in 2012. 44 HR with 139 RBI while batting .339. No reason for Miguel not to be a MVP candidate once again in 2013. With Torii Hunter and Victor Martinez joining the Tigers lineup for 2013, it is possible Miguel can have an even better season.”
“The difference between Cabrera versus Trout and Braun is position eligibility. While both Trout and Braun both qualify at a deep outfield position, Cabrera qualifies at 3rd base, which is not shallow or deep this season. Cabrera will keep motivated this season to win a World Series ring versus another triple crown. Cabrera will be drafted anywhere from first to third overall in 2013 fantasy baseball league drafts, and I have him ranked #1 in my overall ranki...”