Miguel Cabrera

Have we, as a nation, lost our bearings? Have we lost all sense of proportion? The jubilation and near-hysterical levels of enthusiasm in response to American Pharoah winning horse racing's Triple Crown were not only wretchedly excessive, they were nutty.
Pujols is the 26th player to hit 500 or more home runs in the big leagues, but 20 years ago there were only 15 players in this select group. Nonetheless, Pujols is one of the great hitters in the game's history, and his strong start in 2014 indicates that he may be able to, at least partially, reverse the steady decline he has experienced since 2009.
So much for that handshake. Reigning AL MVP Miguel Cabrera and Prince Fielder will no longer share the same clubhouse after
One of these is none other than Miguel Cabrera of the Detroit Tigers. Let's face it; you don't have to be a baseball guru to have guessed that Miguel Cabrera was going to be at the top of the list for his second American League MVP award.
ESPN analyst David Schoenfield pointed out that Cabrera was "hobbled" by his injuries in late September, writing: And here's
The Giants' decision to keep erstwhile two time Cy Young Award winner Tim Lincecum, who has had two distinctly sub-par years in a row, from becoming a free agent by signing him to a two-year contract valued at $35 million, deserves some scrutiny.
One of the underreported stories of the post-season has been Jhonny Peralta's return to the Detroit Tigers lineup.
No matter who wins this year's MVP, the view from the Trout Farm was fantastic. And... we got a Mike Trout T-shirt! Those of us that had the pleasure of watching Mike's phenomenal season from section 101 in 2013 are already anticipating the enjoyment of watching him play in 2014.
I have watched so much MLB TV commentary that I know all the pros think the Tigers are going all the way. And I have to say I tend to agree. I may have "quit" the Tigers some nights during the year when the hits never came, but I have never given up hope.
Oakland has lost its last six winner-take-all Game 5s and fell to 1-12 in potential clinchers since 2000. The A's struck
The 1955 AL batting champ, Kaline broke into the majors at age 18 in 1953. By the time he retired after the 1974 season, Kaline
Detroit has won the last three American League Central titles. Two benchmarks highlight the arc of Cabrera’s sustained excellence
Remarkable, isn't it, how many kids these days come up throwing nearly a hundred mikes per hour -- and how many soon find themselves on Dr. James Andrews' operating-table.
Chasing his second straight Triple Crown title, Cabrera tried to check his swing on a slider that ended up hitting him on
He also did a priceless imitation of lovable curmudgeon and Tigers' manager Jim Leyland. Fast forward to 8 minutes and 5
In his 19th season in the major leagues, Mariano Rivera still managed to do something he has never done before over the weekend
Tigers' slugger Miguel Cabrera currently owns the highest batting average in Major League Baseball. He also possesses a well