This is the second straight offseason surgery for Cabrera, who underwent core muscle repair surgery in late October last year.
By Adam W. Bloom Perhaps one of the greatest side notes from sports is those fantastic moments of time that are captured in photography. Moments where you see athletes flying through the air in positions […]
Cabrera can go back and sign the paper at anytime and get paid, but I think it’s nice to see a player who wants to win more than he wants the money that could come with it.
MLB Fan Cave, which is famous for their gifs, has created a video of “Miggy being Miggy,” which is a compilation of the best Miguel Cabrera clips through the season thus far.
It’s always a great moment when you can see players from Detroit teams showing support to one another.
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.
With Cabrera dealing with an ankle injury, Tigers manager Brad Ausmus announced Thursday that the team will rotate Cabrera and usual designated hitter Victor Martinez at first base.
Cabrera, playing in the second game of Saturday’s day-night doubleheader, pulled up lame after being thrown out at first.
That most likely isn’t what manager Brad Ausmus wants to see, knowing that Cabrera is already slightly injured.
Ausmus said earlier this season that most of the time he gives players the benefit of the doubt when they want to play through injuries.