10 Years ago today, the Detroit Tigers acquired Miguel Cabrera

MLB: Detroit Tigers at Cleveland Indians

Going into the Winter Meetings in 2007, the Detroit Tigers were looking to upgrade their team after finishing 88-74 in the regular season and missing the playoffs a year after playing in the World Series. It was December 4 of that year would be the day that the Tigers acquired a franchise player who would change the … Read more

FLASHBACK: Rookie Miguel Cabrera hits walk-off HR in first MLB game

Let’s flashback to June 20, 2003. A much younger, leaner, 20-year-old Miguel Cabrera makes his major league debut for the then Florida Marlins and comes through in dramatic fashion. 14 years ago today, Miguel Cabrera's MLB career began with a walk-off HR for Marlins in his first MLB game pic.twitter.com/FUFBRKrWnu — ESPN Stats & Info … Read more

MUST SEE: Miguel Cabrera turns attempted intentional walk into RBI single

Prior to the start of the 2017 season, Major League Baseball announced they would be implementing a new intentional walk rule. The new rule allows for a team to signal from the dugout when they want to intentionally walk a batter (Such as Miguel Cabrera), rather than having to throw the traditional four balls.

This rule got us to thinking and it did not take too long to remember when Cabrera, while with the Florida Marlins, turned a would be intentional walk into a go-ahead single.

Check it out for yourself. Just another case of Miggy being Miggy!

 

Dear Pudge: Thanks for choosing us — Detroit Tigers Fans

On Wednesday, Pudge Rodriguez was inducted into the Hall of Fame. With a laundry list of career accomplishments, including 14 All-Star appearances, 13 Gold Gloves, seven Silver Sluggers, an MVP, and an NLCS MVP; some believed saving the Tigers may be among his greatest accomplishments. In the words of Anthony Fenech, he helped “resuscitate a great baseball city.” … Read more

WATCH: Miguel Cabrera ‘Sports Science’ segment

Miguel Cabrera has been one of the most productive hitters since he came into the big leagues back in 2003 with the Florida Marlins. Cabrera can spread the ball to all areas of the baseball field and can hit for power. He’s won a Triple Crown and MVP, made All-Star teams, won championships, you name it and Cabrera has done it all in his career thus far.

Before it’s all said and done, Miguel Cabrera will no doubt find his way to Cooperstown once his career comes to an end. ESPN‘s John Brenkus, the creator of the ‘Sports Science’ segments, took some time to spotlight the Detroit Tigers first baseman last August and break down why Miggy is indeed the great hitter he is.

I see ya Miggy!

Acquisition of Cameron Maybin in off-season paying dividends early for Tigers

Back where it all started. That would be the phrase used to describe the off-season trade that landed Cameron Maybin with the Detroit Tigers. Maybin was drafted 10th overall in the 2005 MLB Draft by the Tigers right out of high school. He spent time in the minor leagues until he made his major league debut … Read more

9 reasons why Miguel Cabrera is freaking awesome! [w/videos]

MLB: Detroit Tigers at Atlanta Braves

If you are a fan of the Detroit Tigers then you are lucky enough to be witnessing one of the best players in the history of baseball, Miguel Cabrera, play on a regular basis. Cabrera entered the league at the tender age of only 20-years-old as a member of the Florida Marlins. He made his … Read more