Venezuelan baseball player Miguel Cabrera hit his 601st double in the Major Leagues on Thursday, tying Barry Bonds for 17th place among players with the most doubles in history.
The shot connected him during the game of the Detroit Tigers against the Oakland Athletics, driving in the tying run at 3 in the sixth inning. Although the game ended in loss for the Tigers, by 2 more runs than the A’s scored.
This hit by Cabrera represents the 3,014th of his major league career and the touchdown represents his 1,814th RBI.
Miguel Cabrera in 17th place among the players with the most doubles
After the feat of reaching Barry Bonds in the number of doubles connected, Cabrera is close to tying the record of Baltimore Orioles player Cal Ripken Jr., who hit 603 doubles in 21 years of sports career.
— Detroit Tigers (@TigresdeDetroit) May 12, 2022
At the important moment! Double by Miguel Cabrera to tie the game in the sixth inning.
– The Extrabase ⚾️ (@ElExtrabase) May 12, 2022
Miguel Cabrera ties Barry Bonds for #17 on the list of players with the most doubles in NBA history. @The majors.
– MLB Venezuela (@MLBVenezuela) May 12, 2022
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Miguel Cabrera connects his double 601 and equals the mark of Barry Bonds