Miguel Cabrera injury
Sunday against the San Francisco Giants, the two-time defending MVP blasted a two-run home run, his fifth homer in the last seven games.
“I think it has affected me quite a bit,” Cabrera said.
A pain-free Cabrera would make a big difference for the Tigers, and it sounds like he should be on track to do just that.
Miguel Cabrera, though, is an element that his team cannot afford to lose, and his injuries are still bothering him.
Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland said he was less enthralled with Miguel Cabrera’s pressure-packed, game-sealing hit than he was to hear that the superstar slugger had a clean bill of health after a bit of a scare the day before.
The Detroit Tigers lost their game against the Minnesota Twins Monday, and they also saw a couple of their players get a little banged up.
The look on Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona’s face told the story almost before it played out in Wednesday night’s game.
Despite the fact he is back in the lineup, Miguel Cabrera is still feeling the hip flexor issue that kept him out of four straight games last week.
Out of the lineup for the fourth straight game, the status of Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera is still described as day-to-day.