Comerica Park paid tribute this Friday to Miguel Cabrera for his 500th home run in the majors, last Sunday, against the Toronto Blue Jays in Canada.
During the meeting between Detroit Tigers and Toronto, a series that will run until Sunday, there was a pause in the stadium to update the count of a large slate, going from 499 to 500, in reference to the feat achieved by the 38-year-old player from Maracay.
The cameras captured the surprise and emotion on the face of the athlete, who did not hesitate to get out of the dugout (bench) to revere the ovation of the public.
Amid applause, whistles and shouts, those present paid tribute to Cabrera.
In the game, Venezuelan Víctor Reyes broke the tie with a home run in the eighth inning, and the Tigers preserved just the lead to beat the Blue Jays 2-1 on Friday night.
Dominican José Cisnero (3-4) took the victory and his compatriot Gregory Soto resolved the ninth chapter to reach 16 saves.
The Venezuelan continues to add achievements in his sporting career. During the game this Friday, he connected his 2,959 major league hit, which is 41 out of 3,000.
This also scored Jeimer Candelario, third baseman for the Detroit Tigers. It was the number RBI 1,787 de Cabrera, which is located at 13 of the 1,800 driven.
Time when the counter changed. With Miggy’s wife and children as protagonists before the idol’s smile.
Nice moment lived today in Comerica Park.
– Guillermo Liñares (@ guille94) August 28, 2021
Miguel Cabrera had his 2,959 major league hit. He’s 41 out of 3,000.
– The Extrabase ⚾️ (@ElExtrabase) August 28, 2021