Miguel Cabrera (40, Detroit Tigers), a Venezuelan baseball hero who is about to retire at the end of this season, hit a home run in two months and tied for 26th in the MLB (US Professional Baseball) career home run rankings. Cabrera started as the designated hitter number 6 in an away game against the Minnesota Twins on the 16th and fired a two-runner over the left-middle wall in the top of the second inning when the score was 0-0. It is a home run that came two months after hitting the first gun of the season against the Atlanta Braves on June 15th. The home run was his 509th career home run. He was tied with Gary Sheffield, who played in the major leagues in the 1990s and early 2000s.
Although he only has two homers this year,메이저놀이터 Cabrera is one of the major sluggers in MLB. He debuted with the Florida Marlins in 2003 and hit 507 home runs over 20 years until last year. His 3145 career hits as of his 15th also ranks 19th all-time in this category. His RBI total of 1867 is 12th all-time. In 2012, he achieved a triple crown (home run, batting average, and RBI all 1st in the league), was awarded 20 times as an All-Star, and won 7 Silver Sluggers. Ahead of his retirement after this season, he is considered a candidate for the Hall of Fame.
The match was Cabrera’s last away game in Minnesota. He is the player who hit the most home runs (114) as an away team player at Target Field, the home stadium of the Twins. The Twins club also gave courtesy to the ‘Leaving Legend’. Donations were made to a charitable foundation founded by Cabrera, and Cabrera was presented with a specially made fishing rod, fishing hat, and hockey stick.