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Top 15 “Miggy Moments” in Detroit

MLB: Detroit Tigers at Atlanta Braves
Oct 2, 2016; Atlanta, GA, USA; Detroit Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera (24) hits a single against the Atlanta Braves in the ninth inning at Turner Field. The Braves defeated the Tigers 1-0. Mandatory Credit: Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

Miguel Cabrera, “Miggy” as he’s called, is one of the greatest right-handed hitters in the game of baseball–possibly of all-time. His swing is quite simply a beautiful thing to behold. And best of all, he seems like a large kid when he’s on the diamond. We should all be quite thankful we have been afforded the opportunity to see one of the greats play for our team. And, the best part of all, he’s not done yet!

Here are the top 15 moments of Miguel’s career in Motown. He’ll be adding to the list this year, I’m sure.



15. Miggy flashes the leather against the Twins

14. Talking with MLB Network on how he would pitch to Miguel Cabrera

13. Stealing the show from V-Mart

12. Kidding around with Adrian Beltre

11. Showing the fans some love

10. Miggy throws TD to Megatron

9. Great backhanded stab

8. 3 Home Runs, 5 RBIs vs. the Texas Rangers

7. Picking on the little guy, Jose Altuve

6. Miggy makes a new fan

5. Bomb into the camera well

4. If you want to be the best, you have to beat the best

3. Moonshot sent to Adams Avenue

2. Most people need a permit for that kind of rifle

1. Every King deserves a crown, or three

There is no doubt that Tigers fans have been treated to a great set of highlights from Miggy. These fifteen merely scratch the surface, but yet, are still pretty awesome. Here’s to a few more years of greatness from the big man, and hopefully a World Series Title for the Tigers — before he enters Cooperstown, most likely on the first ballot. That smile we’ve grown to love emblazoned on his Hall of Fame bust for all-time.

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