Miguel Cabrera hits as a pinch-hitter and continues to make history in the Major Leagues

The Venezuelan Miguel Cabrera continues to enter the history of baseball from Big leaguesMLB and this time he equaled a certain Todd Helton in double races for life.

Through the Detroit Tigers Vs. St. Louis Cardinals game, Miguel Cabrera hit a double and reached 592 for life in Big leagues, equaling in that department the historic one of the Colorado Rockies, Todd Helton, who achieved that amount in more than 15 years in the league. Added to that he reached 1,500 runs scored in his career to four of the immortal, Nap Lajoie.

Cabrera with a pinch hit in the ninth inning, he rocked his 11th double of the 2021 season and equaled Helton ranked 19th for most two-base hits in the MLB.

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A total of 2558 lifetime games in the MLB led him to Cabrera reach that number of doubles in his career, while, Todd Helton He reached that number in 2,247 games, the number he played from 1997 to 2013 in the best baseball in the world.

In addition, the Venezuelan of the Tigres is only eight doubles of the 600 in the Big leagues And when he does, he will enter the select club of players with 500 home runs or more and 600 or more doubles in the Big Show, a group that includes Barry Bonds, Hank Aaron, Albert Pujols and David Ortiz.

After equaling this player, Miguel Cabrera He now has 2,958 hits, 501 home runs, 1,786 RBIs, 1,500 runs and has a career average in the MLB of .311.