Miguel Cabrera equaled Puerto Rican Roberto Alomar’s mark

The Venezuelan of the Detroit Tigers, Miguel Cabrera continues to write his name along with history and equaled a record of the Puerto Rican Roberto Alomar in the Major Leagues – MLB.

Miguel Cabrera continues to approach the historical figure of 3,000 hits in the Big leagues and in that way, he equaled the great and member of the Hall of Fame, Robert Alomarwho has been one of the Latinos with the most impact on the best baseball in the world, without a doubt an important record for the Venezuelan’s career.


Through the Tigers’ 2-1 victory over the Kansas City Royals on Jackie Robinson Day, Cabrera went 4-1, shooting a double and scoring a run to reach 1,508 for his career in the MLB, equaling with that number to Alomar, who stepped on the plate those same times in his 17-year career.


Cabrera’s 20 years in the Majors are full of pure history, and his successes will continue, since he is only five hits away from 3,000 and a double from 600. In addition, Roberto Alomar is one of the many immortals in Cooperstown to what the Venezuelan has equaled in the Major Leagues.

Brands for Miggy in 2022

  • 5 hits to reach the mythical number of 3000
  • 1 double for the 600 and two more to overtake Barry Bonds in 18th place in this department

Numbers in 2022

In eight games, he has the same number of hits, three RBIs, three runs scored and a .308 average.



“El Marciano”, according to Fangraphs, will play about 122 games with the Detroit Tigers, where he will give 122 hits, 20 doubles, a triple, 17 home runs, will drive in 64 runs, will score 59, 44 walks and his average will be .256, numbers discreet and that will allow you to continue entering history. In addition, records that will undoubtedly catapult him to the Hall of Fame when he retires.


From 2003 to 2022, Miggy has 2,995 hits, 1,807 RBIs, 502 home runs, 1,508 runs scored, 39 stolen bases, and a .310 average.


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Miguel Cabrera equaled Puerto Rican Roberto Alomar’s mark