Miguel Cabrera and José Altuve are two of the highest representatives of Venezuela in the MLB. Both have starred in important moments with which they have generated emotions among the fans of their country in baseball.
Since “Miggy” arrived at the majors he presaged that he would have a brilliant step at this level. In 2003, when he was just 20 years old, he won the World Series with the Florida Marlins, a team in which he subsequently attended 4 All-Star Games, won 2 Silver Bats and was nominated for the MVP award 5 times, achieving his best pick in fifth place in the 2005 and 2006 campaigns.
In 2008 Cabrera was traded to the Detroit Tigers, a team with which he has accumulated 7 All-Star Games, 5 Silver Bats, 4 batting championships, 2 awards for Best Racing Pusher, 2 times leader in doubles, 2 MVP awards, 2 times MLB Player of the Year and also won the Triple Crown in the 2012 campaign with a .330 average, 44 home runs and 139 RBIs.
As for Altuve his passage with the Houston Astros in the majors he has also been one of the best. He adds 7 selections to the All-Star Game, 3 batting titles, 4 hits leaders, 5 Silver Bats, a Gold Glove and 2 times he was a winner of the Major League Baseball Player of the Year Award.
The bartender also adds a World Series ring, MVP of the American League in the 2017 season and another that same year in the Championship Series.
Between Cabrera and Altuve, they count 3 MVP awards, 4 Best Player of the Year trophies, 14 All-Star Games, 10 Silver Bats, 7 batting titles, 4 hits leaders, 2 trophies in doubles, 2 home run awards, 2 best driver and 2 World Series rings with a Triple Crown.