12:29 PM EDT, Thu October 02, 2014

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KFFL
Detroit Tigers 1B Miguel Cabrera declined to sign his paperwork to receive his share of ...
Sep 28, 2014
Rotoworld
Victor Martinez went 0-for-3 on Sunday to finish the season with a .335 average.
KFFL 2 hours ago

Tigers | Miguel Cabrera declines playoff bonus

Detroit Tigers 1B Miguel Cabrera declined to sign his paperwork to receive his share of ...
Houston Chronicle Sep 30, 2014

Altuve receives call of congratulations from MLB’s last Triple Crown winner

The American League batting champion was feted in a small, sponsored event Tuesday at Minute Maid Park, two days after he ended the regular season with a major league-best .341 average. Altuve said Victor Martinez, the runner-up in the race, and Miguel Cabrera — both excellent players who, like Altuve, come from Venezuela — called […]

Full count: Seeing doubles

Jonathan Lucroy entered Friday with 52 doubles, tops in the major leagues. He's seeking to become the first primary catcher in modern history (since 1900) to lead his league. Atlanta's Freddie Freeman was second in the National League with 42 doubles, while Detroit's Miguel Cabrera led the American League with 51.
Plain Dealer Sep 25, 2014
My favorite Corey Kluber moment: Dennis Manoloff's Take

My favorite Corey Kluber moment: Dennis Manoloff's Take

Corey Kluber didn't blink when Tiger Miguel Cabrera growled.
Chicago Sun-Times Sep 24, 2014

White Sox rally, but Miguel Cabrera’s walk-off single gives Tigers 4-3 win

DETROIT — Miguel Cabrera singled in the winning run against Jake Petricka in the bottom of the ninth, giving the Detroit Tigers a 4-3 victory against the White Sox on Tuesday night. The Sox, who had been stymied through eight innings by David Price, had rallied in the top of the ninth against Price with three runs to tie the game. Ian Kinsler singled and Petricka walked Torii Hunter before Cabrera delivered the game-winner with no outs in the bottom of the inning....
Bless You Boys Sep 16, 2014

Tigers 8, Twins 6: Hunter, Cabrera home runs bail out Scherzer and bullpen

The Tigers' pitching staff blew a six run lead, but the offense bounced back behind back-to-back ninth inning home runs from Torii Hunter and Miguel Cabrera. The win allows the Tigers to maintain their 1 1/2 game lead over the Royals. Max Scherzer on the mound and holding a six-run lead, it appeared the Detroit Tigers were on their way to an easy win against the Minnesota Twins. Turned out the night was anything but easy, the Twins tying the game at 6-6 in thanks to a two-run eighth. But the surging Tigers flashed their power bats, Torii Hunter and Miguel Cabrera drilling back-to-back home...
Detroit News Sep 15, 2014

Torii Hunter, Miguel Cabrera homer in ninth to rescue Tigers in victory

Two of the Tigers' elders saved their playoff-hunting team's skin Monday night at Target Field when Torii Hunter and Miguel Cabrera hit ninth-inning homers to give the Tigers an 8-6 victory over the Twins.
Detroit Free Press Sep 10, 2014

Ankle, V-Mart might explain Tigers' Cabrera's walkless run

Miguel Cabrera ended the second-longest streak of his career without a walk when he drew one Tuesday night against the Royals. Cabrera had gone 16 straight games without a walk. His only longer streak was a 17-gamer in 2012, according to Baseball-Reference.com. There are a few ways to look at this.
Bless You Boys Sep 9, 2014

Miguel Cabrera tosses a ball to Lions wide receiver "Megatron"

Miguel Cabrera keeps himself entertained while serving as the Tigers designated hitter for another day. DETROIT — Miguel Cabrera was relegated to designated hitting duties for the sixth time in September. Like every game, he made the most of his down time by nagging teammates, the opposing team somehow (don't ask us how he does it), and throwing a ball to Lions wide receiver, Calvin Johnson, aka "Megatron." With so much free time on his hands, you'd expect no less from Cabrera. Your browser does not support iframes.

Miggy throws TD pass to Megatron

You know the old adage about how position players always want to pitch, and pitchers always want to play in the field?Well, some sluggers just want to be quarterbacks, too.Check out this throw from Miguel Cabrera to Detroit Lions wideout Calvin Johnson (above), who was in the crowd behind the Tigers dugout at Tuesday's game against the Royals.Your browser does not support iframes.
KFFL Sep 9, 2014

Tigers | Miguel Cabrera undecided on surgery

Detroit Tigers 1B Miguel Cabrera (ankle) is dealing with bone spurs that could be contributing ...
KFFL Sep 8, 2014

Tigers | Miguel Cabrera has bone spurs

Detroit Tigers 1B Miguel Cabrera (ankle) is suffering from bone spurs and could require offseason ...
Detroit News Sep 8, 2014

Monday's Tigers-Royals lineups: Miguel Cabrera will DH in opener

Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera is back at designated hitter Monday as Detroit opens a big three-game series against the AL Central Division rival Royals at Comerica Park.
Detroit Free Press Sep 8, 2014

Detroit 6, S.F. 1: Cabrera powers Lobstein to Tigers' win over Giants

Kyle Lobstein earned his first major league win and Miguel Cabrera hit a two-run home run and drove in three runs to reach 100 RBIs for the 11th consecutive season.
Grand Rapids Press Sep 8, 2014
Tigers manager Brad Ausmus: No decision yet on whether Miguel Cabrera needs off-season surgery

Tigers manager Brad Ausmus: No decision yet on whether Miguel Cabrera needs off-season surgery

Cabrera became just the fifth player in major league history to reach 100 RBI for 11 consecutive seasons. DETROIT – Detroit Tigers manager Brad Ausmus said no decision has been made on whether slugger Miguel Cabrera will need off-season surgery for a bone spur in his ankle. Ausmus was responding to a report by ESPN's Buster Olney, who before the Tigers' 6-1 victory over the San Francisco Giants on Sunday said Cabrera will require off-season surgery. "As long as I've known Buster I don't know where he's getting that," Ausmus said. "We don't know if he requires...

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