Last Tuesday, Detroit Tigers All Star third baseman Miguel Cabrera traveled to Philadelphia to undergo a core muscle repair procedure. Cabrera has made the most of his time, visiting Flyers practice on Friday and now Eagles practice on Tuesday.
— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) November 5, 2013
Miguel Cabrera at Eagles practice. Was at Flyers last week. Sixers next? In town rehabbing pic.twitter.com/VOScUqVW1c
Cabrera and teammate, pitcher Max Scherzer, were recently honored by fellow players in a yearly player poll. Cabrera beat out the Orioles’ Chris Davis and the Angels’ Mike Trout for Player of the Year. Scherzer won American League Outstanding Pitcher.
Official MLB awards will be awarded next week with the Rookie of the Year awards being given out on Monday, Manager of the Year awards on Tuesday, Cy Young awards on Wednesday, and the League MVP awards on Thursday. Tigers’ players have taken home the AL MVP award the previous two seasons; Justin Verlander (2011) and Cabrera (2012).
- Doctor Helps Shed Light On Groin Injury That Limited Miguel Cabrera (detroit.cbslocal.com)