Miguel Cabrera, brands and figures at the mercy of the Elder Tiger (+Videos)

Harold Capote Fernandez


Confirmed the delay to start with the Training Camps, all of us who follow the incidents of the Major Leagues hope that this situation regarding the lockout does not affect the calendar of the 2022 season.

Especially in the case of Miguel Cabrera, who in various statistical sections is very close to legendary figures, including several members of the Hall of Fame.

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For Tigre Mayor, it could be a tournament that will help give even more shape and substance to a career that makes him the best Venezuelan in the Major League and one of the most outstanding players of all time.

These are the figures that the boy from Maracay can overcome

Games Played:

Mr. Miggy has participated in 2,587 matches, he occupies the 45th life slot, 1 behind *Willie McCovey, 3 behind Luis González, 12 short of reaching *Luis Apraicio (to be the third among Venezuelans), is Dwight Evans 19, *Lou Brock 29, *Andre Dawson 40, *Joe Morgan 62, Ãchiro Suzuki 65, *Rabbit Maranville 83, *Ken Griffey Jr. 84, *Paul Molitor 96 , Darrel Evans 100, Graig Nettles 113, *George Brett 107, *Mel Ott 143, and *Derek Jeter 160.

Plate appearances:

With 10,993, the criollo occupies the 39th position in the lifetime ranking, 38 behind Carlos Beltrán, 97 behind Harold Baines, 236 behind Rusty Staub, 239 behind Luis Aparicio, 247 behind Lou Brock, 267 behind Rabbit Maranville, 311 by Ken Griffey Jr., 336 by Joe Morgan, 338 by *Cap Anson, 355 by Mel Ott, 425 by Reggie Jackson and 604 by Al Kaline.

Turns at bat:

For 2022 Cabrerita will appear with 9,625 chances consumed, ranking 42nd, he is 20 behind Vada Pinson, 95 behind Rusty Staub, 111 behind Johnny Damon, 143 behind Carlos Beltrán, 153 behind *Tony Pé rez, 176 by Ken Griffey Jr., 222 by Barry Bonds, 239 by *Reggie Jackson, 283 by *Harold Baines, 302 by Andre Dawson, 309 by Ãchiro Suzuki, 324 by *Eddie Collins, 381 by *Frank Robinson, a 453 from Rabbit Maranville and 491 from *Al Kaline.

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El Tigre Mayor is only 1 inatrpabales away from the magical figure of 3,000, an amount with which he will match *Roberto Clemente in 32nd place in the Majors, leaving Al Kaline 7, Wade Boggs 10, Wade Boggs 20 by Rafael Palmeiro, 23 by Lou Brock, 53 by *Rod Carew, 55 by *Rickey Henderson, 60 by *Craig Biggio, 89 by Ãchiro Suzuki, 110 by *Dave Winfield, 115 by Alex Rodriguez, 141 by *Tony Gwynn, 142 by *Robin Yount, 152 by *Paul Waner, 154 by George Brett and 166 by Adrián Beltré.


There are already 1,871 for Cabrera, with that figure it is 71 in history, 7 from Rusty Staub, 18 from Vada Pinson, 21 from Tim Raines, 32 from Johnny Damon, 39 from *Iván Rodríguez, 42 from Brett Butler, 47 Al Oliver, 48 Rogers Hornsby, 59 Roberto Alomar, 61 Al Simmons, 63 Albert Pujols, 64 *Charlie Gehringer, 74 Harold Baines, 81 Julio Franco, 86 Patsy Donovan, 89 * Jim O’Rourke, 90 by *Ozzie Smith, 96 by *Willie Mays 101 by Stuffy McInnis.


With 597, Miggy is 18th, only 3 separate him from Barry Bonds, 6 from Cal Ripken Jr., 8 from Paul Waner and Paul Molitor, 27 from *Hank Aaron, 35 from *David Ortiz and 39 from Adrián Beltre.


In this section it is located 61 in all history, 2 from Lance Berkman, 11 from *Pee Wee Reese, 17 from Dave Wilfield, 25 from Jim Wynn, 44 from Willie Randolph, 50 from *Ty Cobb and 56 from Rusty Staub.

Total Bases:

His 5,124 allow him to be number 18 all-time, 44 behind *Cal Ripken Jr., 97 after Dave Winfield, 147 after Ken Griffey Jr., 185 after Adrián Beltré, 249 after Frank Robinson, 264 after Rafael Palmeiro and 273 of *ddie Murray.

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RBI races:

For the maracayero there are 1,804 companions taken to the register, subtracting 8 to equal Frank Robinson in 21st place, 24 separate him from Al Simmons, 27 from Manny RamÃrez, 29 from Dave Winfield, 31 from Rafael Palmeiro, 32 by Ken Griffey Jr., 35 by *Ted Williams, 40 by *Carl Yastrzemski and 56 by Mel Ott.Â

Runs Scored:

Miguel Cabrera has 1,505 home plate footprints, so he ranks 73rd, 1 only from *Mike Schmidt, 2 from *Al Simmons, 3 from *Roberto Alomar, 4 from *Eddie Mathews, 8 from *Wade Boggs, 9 from *Sam Rice, 12 from *Jeff Bagwell, 19 from Britain’s Tom Brown and Adrián Beltré, 23 from Kenny Lofton, 24 from *Dan Brouthers, 27 from Frankie Frisch, 35 from Manny RamÃrez, 36 from *George Davis and *Max Carey, 42 from Reggie Jackson, 45 from *Hugh Duffy, 66 from *Tim Raines, 74 from *Rogers Hornsby, 77 from Carlos Beltrán, 78 by *Jim Thome and George Brett, 85 by Bill Dahlen and 95 by *Ed Delahanty.

Sacrifice Fly:

Along with Al Oliver and Dave Winfield, Miguelito is 49 for life, 1 behind John Olerud, Joe Morgan, Don Mattingly, Willie Davis, Wade Boggs and *Ernie Banks. He is 2 short of * Chipper Jones, Bill Buckner, Bobby Bonilla and Roberto Alomar. Likewise, 3 remain to find Carlos Lee and Luis González, 4 to catch up with Mark Grace, *Gary Carter and Harold Baines, 5 to match *Ted Simmons, another 6 take him away from Will Clark, 7 from Frank Robinson, Ken Griffey Jr. and Jeff Bagwell, 8 by Amos Otis, Jeff Kent, Jeff Conine and Adrián Beltré, 9 by BJ Surhoff, Al Kaline and Gari Gaetty, 10 by Carl Yastrzemski and Joe Carter, 11 by Tony Pérez .


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Miguel Cabrera, brands and figures at the mercy of the Elder Tiger (+Videos)