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Plain Dealer 56 mins ago

Cleveland Indians don't let Miguel Cabrera swing, but still lose

After taking the bat out of Miguel Cabrera's hands by walking him four times Saturday, manager Terry Francona needed one of his players to use their bas to beat the Tigers. It didn't happen.
South Side Sox Apr 19, 2015

Tigers 9, White Sox 1: Detroit slams back for series victory

Jose Quintana rocked by two Yoenis Cespedes homers, including a first-inning grand slam Jose Quintana threw 39 pitches during the first inning without giving up a run. Then he threw his 40th and gave up four of them. Yoenis Cespedes teed off on a full-count fastball with the bases loaded for a grand slam that put the Tigers in control, and the White Sox hit into double plays every time they had the appearance of the start of a potential rally. Quintana's start was iffy from the get-go. He fell into full counts with the first two hitters (groundout, single), but struck out Miguel Cabrera to...
Plain Dealer Apr 18, 2015

Why don't Cleveland Indians walk Miguel Cabrera all the time? Hey, Hoynsie!

Whatever strategy the Indians used against Detroit first baseman Miguel Cabrera in the first series between the two teams this season, it didn't work.
Bless You Boys Apr 17, 2015

Miguel Cabrera puts his glove on a fan's head

I wonder if this guy even knows what happened. Miguel Cabrera is the best hitter in baseball today, and has been at the top of the heap for several years. He is also known for having fun at all times while at the ballpark. He frequently chats up opposing players at first base, is not afraid to ruffle a few feathers, and even had some fun with fans in Pittsburgh during the Tigers' recent road trip. Today, he gave back to the home fans. Wait, did he...? Yup, he did. That's just Miggy being Miggy.
Grand Rapids Press Apr 15, 2015
Detroit Tigers' Miguel Cabrera awarded first base with walk following lengthy delay in ninth inning

Detroit Tigers' Miguel Cabrera awarded first base with walk following lengthy delay in ninth inning

Cabrera said no one knew what home-plate umpire Jerry Layne had ruled because he was in pain after being hit in the mask. Second-base umpire Bob Davidson relayed Laynes ruling after speaking with him off the playing field. PITTSBURGH -- Miguel Cabrera knew he had drawn a walk in the ninth inning Wednesday night. It just took 10 or 15 minutes for the home-plate umpire to pass along the message. The Detroit Tigers beat the Pittsburgh Pirates on Wednesday night in a 1-0 game that was played in 2 hours, 52 minutes. But that included a lengthy delay in the ninth...
Plain Dealer Apr 13, 2015

Detroit Tigers, Miguel Cabrera roll over Cleveland Indians to complete sweep

Miguel Cabrera and the Detroit Tigers completed a three-game sweep of the Indians on Sunday with another lopsided victory.h
Plain Dealer Apr 13, 2015

Miguel Cabrera's dismantling of the Cleveland Indians (and all big league pitchers): Zack Meisel's musings

The Tigers are the big brother, arm extended, hand on the forehead of the little brother, the Indians, who swing their arms over and over but make no contact.
Akron Beacon Journal Apr 12, 2015
Miguel Cabrera wreaks havoc with Tribe pitching as Tigers sweep Indians

Miguel Cabrera wreaks havoc with Tribe pitching as Tigers sweep Indians

CLEVELAND: Perhaps it was the sight of the Indians’ unofficial captain, catcher Yan Gomes, on crutches before the game.Perhaps it was just a bad day for left-hander T.J. House.But even without all that negativity, it may not have mattered against Miguel Cabrera and the Detroit Tigers’ sizzling offense.Cabrera went 4-for-4 with two homers and four RBI as the Tigers cruised past the Indians 8-5 Sunday at Progressive Field.The four-time American League Central Division champion Tigers (6-0) swept the three-game series and improved to 9-1 against the Indians since Sept. 1.Cabrera is hitting...
Columbus Dispatch Apr 12, 2015

Tigers 8, Indians 5: Miguel Cabrera homers twice to help complete series sweep

CLEVELAND — Nobody rocks Cleveland like Miguel Cabrera. Detroit’s menacing slugger homered twice and drove in four runs and the Tigers moved to 6-0 for the first time in 30 years with an 8-5 win over the Cleveland Indians on Sunday
News-Herald Apr 12, 2015
Detroit Tigers 8, Cleveland Indians 5: Miguel Cabrera hits two home runs as Tigers sweep Tribe

Detroit Tigers 8, Cleveland Indians 5: Miguel Cabrera hits two home runs as Tigers sweep Tribe

Miguel Cabrera homered twice and drove in four runs as the Detroit Tigers moved to 6-0 for the first time in 30 years with an 8-5 win over the Cleveland Indians on Sunday.Cabrera hit a two-run homer in the first inning off T.J. House (0-1) and J.D. Martinez added an insurance solo shot in the ninth as the Tigers finished off a series sweep, improving to 18-5 in Cleveland since 2013.
Grand Rapids Press Apr 12, 2015
Tigers 8, Indians 5: Miguel Cabrera hits two home runs, knocks in four as Detroit sweeps Cleveland

Tigers 8, Indians 5: Miguel Cabrera hits two home runs, knocks in four as Detroit sweeps Cleveland

Cabrera reached base five times and scored three times as the Tigers improved to 6-0 for the season. CLEVELAND -- The Detroit Tigers are sweeping their way through the Central Division. Miguel Cabrera hit two home runs, finished with four hits and knocked in four runs Sunday afternoon as the Detroit Tigers held on for an 8-5 win to complete a three-game sweep of the Cleveland Indians. The Tigers swept the Minnesota Twins at home to start the season and now head to Pittsburgh for an interleague series against the Pirates with a perfect 6-0 record.  J.D....

Cabrera powers Tigers past Indians, 8-5

Miguel Cabrera went 4 for 4 with two home runs and 4 RBI as the Detroit Tigers swept a three-game series with an 8-5 victory over the Indians Sunday at Progressive Field. Cabrera also had a double, scored three runs and was intentionally walked once for the Tigers, who improved to 6-0. T.J. House (0-1, 40.50) lasted just 11/3 innings, his shortest career start for the Tribe.
Grand Rapids Press Apr 12, 2015
Seventh-inning update: Tigers 7, Indians 3

Seventh-inning update: Tigers 7, Indians 3

Cabrera has a single, a double, two home runs, four RBIs and three runs scored through six innings. CLEVELAND -- Miguel Cabrera is having himself quite a day. Cabrera hit two home runs and knocked in four runs in the first six innings Sunday afternoon to help the Detroit Tigers to a 7-3 lead over the Cleveland Indians. Cabrera has a single, a double and three runs scored to go with his two home runs and four RBIs. The Tigers are three innings from completing a sweep of the Indians and improving to 6-0 for the season. -- Download the Detroit Tigers on MLive...
Bless You Boys Apr 7, 2015

Could Miguel Cabrera break the all-time RBI record?

The 2014 season saw Miguel Cabrera lose only a little bit of momentum in his drive through the history books. What milestones remain in reach for the greatest hitter of his generation? As recent BYB polling attests, Miguel Cabrera is a very popular guy among Detroit Tigers fans. The reasons are obvious. Beyond his fun-loving personality, and the clear joy he takes in playing a kid's game among grown men, he's simply the best hitter we've ever seen in a Tiger uniform. For seven seasons now, Cabrera has provided this fanbase with the luxury of watching not just the best hitter in the game...

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