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Larry Brown Sports Oct 15, 2017

Woman sues Miguel Cabrera seeking more child support

A woman has sued Miguel Cabrera over increased child support payments she is seeking for the two children she shares with the Detroit Tigers slugger. The Detroit News shares details of the lawsuit, which they say was filed in August. The woman has custody of two children, born in 2013 and 2015, outside of Cabrera’s...Read More
Washington Times Oct 14, 2017

Detroit Tigers' Cabrera hit with child-support lawsuit

DETROIT (AP) - Detroit Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera has been sued by a Florida woman who alleges he isn't paying enough to support two children he fathered with her. The Detroit News reports the legal fight could cost the two-time American League MVP up to $100,000 a month. ...
Grand Rapids Press Oct 9, 2017

Grading the 2017 Tigers: Once-mighty offense is in rebuilding mode

The struggles of Miguel Cabrera and Victor Martinez created a gaping hole in the middle of the order.
Washington Times Oct 2, 2017

Tigers' Cabrera comes to rescue of Venezuelan youth team

CARCAS, Venezuela (AP) - Detroit Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera has long been an idol to baseball-playing youths in his native Venezuela, and now the 11-time All Star is a hero off the field as well after bailing out a team of young players who had been kept from going ...
Bless You Boys Sep 28, 2017
Detroit Tigers News: Miguel Cabrera has a plan

Detroit Tigers News: Miguel Cabrera has a plan

Andrew Romine will play all nine positions on Sunday. Asked on Wednesday whether he’s looking forward to putting the 2017 season behind him, Miguel Cabrera looked to the heavens. "Tell me about it," he said, shaking his head. "It's like a nightmare." The greatest hitter in Tigers’ history has been laid low by a pair of herniated discs, among other issues, but he has a plan laid out this offseason to get himself healthy. He’s already lost some weight, but he plans to go further this offseason. More important is strengthening his core muscles to support his back and improving his...
Grand Rapids Press Sep 28, 2017
Will the Detroit Tigers be the worst team in baseball in 2018?

Will the Detroit Tigers be the worst team in baseball in 2018?

With their play the past couple months, you could make a strong argument that the Tigers will finish with that distinction this season. The Detroit Tigers' 7-4 loss to the Kansas City Royals Wednesday night marked their ninth straight defeat, and it gives them a 4-22 record in the month of September. With four games remaining in the season, the Tigers (62-96) are on the verge of possessing the worst record in all of baseball, only a half-game ahead of the San Francisco Giants (62-97). The way they've played for the past couple months certainly suggests they're...
Grand Rapids Press Sep 26, 2017
Tigers, Royals lineups: Jeimer Candelario returns, Miguel Cabrera still out

Tigers, Royals lineups: Jeimer Candelario returns, Miguel Cabrera still out

Efren Navarro is at first on Tuesday night while John Hicks is the DH. Third baseman Jeimer Candelario is back in the Detroit Tigers' lineup after missing Sunday's game with a knee contusion. But Miguel Cabrera won't be in the lineup when the Tigers face the Kansas City Royals Tuesday night at Kauffman Stadium. Cabrera is dealing with the same back issues that have plagued him for much of the season and was recently diagnosed with two herniated discs. There's still a chance he could play in the final games of the season as a designated hitter. Efren Navarro is...
Fantasy baseball injury report: Cabrera has herniated discs

Fantasy baseball injury report: Cabrera has herniated discs

RotoWire's Jeff Stotts, a Certified Athletic Trainer, shares injury updates for Miguel Cabrera, Eduardo Nunez and more.
Sports Illustrated Sep 25, 2017

Miguel Cabrera Is Declining and His Contract Is Going To Hobble the Tigers

In a 12-month span, Cabrera went from one of the league's best hitters to purely mediocre.
MLB Daily Dish Sep 25, 2017
Tigers' Miguel Cabrera diagnosed with herniated disks in back

Tigers' Miguel Cabrera diagnosed with herniated disks in back

Miguel Cabrera is dealing with two herniated discs in his back. Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera has been diagnosed with two herniated discs in his back after undergoing an MRI on Sunday. Outgoing Tigers manager Brad Ausmus revealed the news to reporters following Detroit’s Sunday afternoon loss to the Twins. Ausmus said that Cabrera may play again over the season’s final week, and surgery isn’t believed to be an option as Cabrera looks to alleviate the pain that has plagued him all season. The diagnosis certainly sheds some light on why Cabrera, 34, has had a career-worst season...
Bless You Boys Sep 25, 2017
Detroit Tigers News: Miguel Cabrera has two herniated disks in his back

Detroit Tigers News: Miguel Cabrera has two herniated disks in his back

So yeah... his back is a problem. Sunday saw the Minnesota Twins reach into the utility closet and grab the necessary broom for sweeping up a Tigers team that is, for all intents and purposes, done with 2017. The team may be done, but we still have one more week of baseball to play. Detroit opens its last road trip of the season against the Kansas City Royals on Tuesday. The merciful end is near. Before it’s over, let’s lock down that draft pick. Miggy is hurt In news that is going to come as a shock to almost no one, Miguel Cabrera has a significant injury. It seems Cabrera has been...

Miguel Cabrera unlikely to have surgery despite two herniated disks in his back

The 2017 season has been, by far, the worst season of Cabrera's career
Tigers' Cabrera diagnosed with herniated disks in back

Tigers' Cabrera diagnosed with herniated disks in back

DETROIT (AP) Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera has been diagnosed Sunday with two herniated disks in his back.
Washington Times Sep 24, 2017

Tigers' Cabrera diagnosed with herniated disks in back

DETROIT (AP) - Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera has been diagnosed Sunday with two herniated disks in his back. Cabrera left Saturday's 10-4 loss to Minnesota due to tightness in his lower back. The Tigers said Sunday an MRI showed damage between the L3 and L4, and the L4 and ...
Grand Rapids Press Sep 24, 2017
Tigers' Miguel Cabrera has 2 herniated disks; treatment plan undetermined

Tigers' Miguel Cabrera has 2 herniated disks; treatment plan undetermined

Cabrera asked to accompany the team on its final road trip of the season and could serve as designated hitter. DETROIT -- Detroit Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera has two herniated disks in his back but might still play again this season, manager Brad Ausmus said.  Cabrera underwent an MRI on Sunday after leaving Saturday's game in the first inning with lower back pain. Ausmus said the MRI showed two herniated disks in Cabrera's vertebrae, which the Mayo Clinic says can cause pain by irritating or inflaming the spinal nerve root.  Ausmus said Cabrera's...

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