With his double in the 9th, Miguel Cabrera now has 2,721 hits in his Major Leagu…

With his double in the 9th, Miguel Cabrera now has 2,721 hits in his Major League career, tying him with Lou Gehrig for 63rd on the MLB all-time hits list.




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  1. Great accomplishment, but wow I can’t wait till these minor league pitchers in our farm system are ready. These guys that are up here now are just awful

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  2. Miggy is all I have look forward too in his countdown to 3,000 hits and 500 career home runs.

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  3. If he gets 2000 more this year, the Tigers might win 30 games.

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  4. How long does someone have to play to beat Pete rose? Might is a great hitter and he’s 63rd?

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  5. Great ….. but we still lost, again sub par pitching… 🙄 call these kids up from the minors and get them some experience

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  6. Hopefully he’ll go to a good team next year somehow someway. He ain’t even motivated this year team is a complete joke

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  7. #WhyIsLlyodMcClendonStillHere😠

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  8. Yeah! I’m 63rd! I’m 63rd! That sums up the Detroit Tigers.

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  9. 279 to go…spread over 3 yrs it’s only 93 hits a year + the 40 or so he has already in 2019.

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  10. And the final score was????

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  11. Wow ties a guy whose career was ended short because of a health complication for……wait for it……63rd

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  12. I can always tell when a Detroit Team loses.. they try and soften the blow with accolades

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  13. People will bash this guy but he did a lot for the tigers throughout the years. I get it the contract is long but nobody cared at the beginning

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  14. Congrats miggy. We’ve had some great years watching you.

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  15. Obviously, he isn’t listening to McClendon !

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  16. Warning track power. Trade for propects. Eat the contract

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  17. I want to see the arms in the minors called up soon. This year is a wash already. Get the kids experience.

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  18. I love Miggy and don’t blame him for accepting that contract but he’s not the hitter he used to be. This is going to hurt the Tigers bottom line for years to come.

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  19. Great achievement for him as a player, but Don’t let this Milestone overshadow the fact we are on a 5 game losing streak, n 2-8 in our last 10..🤔🤔

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  20. Looking forward to seeing Miggy and the Tiger’s here in Atlanta in June. Maybe Avila can take notes on how the Braves are rebuilding from inside their minor league system. 🙄

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  21. That’s nice but one HR only 19 in 3 years saw some lists of the worse contracts in sports and he’s on it his contract is killing us and we keep hearing were rebuilding and are loseing anyway no one will trade for him because of his contract its a business not personal time to move on

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  22. He’s capable of being top ten all time in hits and homeruns im only semi impressed

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