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Miguel Cabrera reached 2,500 lifetime games in the Major Leagues

Miguel Cabrera continues to add impressive numbers in his career in the Major Leagues. This Tuesday, the Venezuelan first baseman for the Detroit Tigers added his 2,500 lifetime game in Major League Baseball, placing him 59th among the players with the most games in the MLB.

The one from Maracay achieved that amount by being in third place in the lineup of the Detroit Tigers that faced the Seattle Mariners at Comerica Park. Cabrera finished the game 3-1 with one RBI and one scored. The Bengali ninth won with a score of 5 runs by 3.

In this way, Miguel Cabrera is placed alone in position 59 among the players with the most games played for life in the Major Leagues. He finds himself two from Tim Raines and three from none other than the legendary Babe Ruth. The leader in this department is Pete Rose with 3,562.

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Focused on the 500 home runs

Despite having spent the last few seasons suffering from injuries, Miguel Cabrera’s numbers in the MLB are impressive and the Venezuelan with each presentation continues to improve his statistics in the face of his retirement and to think about the possibility of becoming the second Venezuelan in the league. Hall of Fame.

The next big challenge for the Venezuelan of the Detroit Tigers is to reach 500 career home runs in the Major Leagues. This season, he has five full-lap hits with which he is in 492 hits in his career, ranking 30th on the all-time list.

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MLB’s 500 lifetime home runs is a figure that has barely surpassed 27 batters in Major League history. The department is led by Barry Bonds with 762 home runs. Among the active players, the leader is Albert Pujols with 671 in the position five to 25 of Alex Rodríguez. (GG) (Bolavip)

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