Miguel Cabrera divulges what he will do when he gets 3,000th hit

When the Detroit Tigers host the New York Yankees on Thursday afternoon, the fans at Comerica Park could be in for a historical treat as Miguel Cabrera is just one hit away from 3,000 for his career.


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Prior to the game, Cabrera spoke to reporters for more than 20 minutes in the Tigers clubhouse and he joked about how he plans to bunt today.

“Today,” Miggy said, “I will bunt.”

Tigers manager A.J. Hinch said it would not surprise him if Miggy bunted.

“He might,” Hinch said. “He might. Nothing would surprise me with Miggy.”

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Miggy also explained that when he finally gets hit No. 3,000, he thinks he is going to cry.

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Miggy added that when he gets to 3,000 hits, he wants “Alma Llanera” to be played in the stadium.

3 Daily Fantasy Baseball Stacks for Thursday 4/21/22

Stacks are an integral part of daily fantasy baseball. They can push a team to the top of a GPP by driving upside. However, they're also viable in cash games, namely smaller (two-person or three-person) stacks that mitigate the volatility of a full four-person stack.

This article is your home throughout the 2022 Major League Baseball season for the day's top stacks. The primary goal is to identify the highest-scoring upside stack. Still, game theory will play a role in contrarian stacks making the cut as GPP options. Nevertheless, chalky stacks will make appearances in this space, too.

Beyond my analysis in this space, I strongly suggest numberFire premium members using our DFS Sharpstack tool and hitting heat map tool. The DFS Sharpstack helps plug stacks into optimized lineups, allowing you to change parameters and lock or exclude players and teams. Meanwhile, the heat map offers a one-stop-shop for the opposing starting pitcher, implied total, park factor, and other notable goodies.

Now, let's look at the top stacks on today's main slate that starts on FanDuel at 1:10 pm ET.

Click here to see the stacks

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