Miguel Cabrera hit the 507th home run of his career and set a new mark in MLB
Miguel Cabrera He’s had a tough season, often due to his ongoing injuries after the All-Star break. However, the veteran hit the 507th home run of his career on Wednesday and set a new record in the MLB.
designated hitter from Detroit Tigers He drove on two trips to leave behind Karl Jastrzemski (1,844) and now the Venezuelan ranks 14th in history with 1,845 RBI.
He went 2-4 in the Tigers’ 2-1 win over the Kansas City Royals. The Maracay native is expected to continue to see action in the final phase of the campaign.
Cabrera had a tough year, barely managing 5 home runs and 41 RBIs in 417 players on the racket. His batting average, which has been above 0.300 for most of the season, now sits at 0.253.
Cabrera has one year left on his contract and the 2023 campaign will be his last major role in the league. It is considered a future fixture in the Cooperstown Hall of Fame.