Cabrera’s ‘spectacular retirement season’ gives him 509 career homers, ‘tied for 26th in ML history’
Detroit Tigers veteran infielder Miguel Cabrera hit a historic home run.
Cabrera started as the designated 먹튀검증 hitter number 6 in the 2023 Major League Minnesota Twins game held at Target Field in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA on the 16th (Korean time), and Minnesota starter Bailey over at 1 out 1 base in the top of the 2nd inning when the match was 0-0. He fired a two-run gun against the opponent.
With this home run, Cabrera reached 509 homers in his personal career, tying with Gary Sheffield for the 26th most home runs in the major leagues. Although he is a slugger with more than 500 home runs, the number of home runs decreased significantly this year, and it was his first home run after the game against the Atlanta Braves on June 15 and his second home run of the season.
Even the player who hit the home run couldn’t hide his excitement. Cabrera, who is also the holder of the target field record for most home runs by an away team player, extended the record to 114 with this home run. Cabrera next challenges Mel Ott (511), 25th in home runs.
Cabrera, who is spending his final season announcing his retirement at the end of this season, is becoming a page in major league history. In the game against Minnesota on the 10th, he recorded 3,142 hits in his personal career while recording 3 hits, surpassing Robin Yount to rank 19th in the major league most hits alone.
Cabrera recorded 3,145 hits through the 15th, 18th Paul Warner (3152), 17th George Brett (3154), 16th Adrian Beltre (3166), 15th Cal Ripken Jr. (3184) can pass up to Among active players, Cabrera is the overwhelming No. 1, far ahead of Robinson Cano (2639).
‘Active Legend’ Cabrera is one of the best hitters in the major leagues who has achieved 12 All-Stars, 7 Silver Sluggers, and a Triple Crown (1st in batting average, home run, and RBI) once. He is also expected to be inducted into the Hall of Fame right after this season.