Miguel Cabrera: I try to go out and play my best baseball

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Although the goal is getting closer, the Creole only thinks of helping the team to continue achieving wins and fighting in the Central Division of the American League.

“I know it’s a lot of pressure and a lot of eyes on me,” Cabrera said after the match. “At the same time, I’m in a good position right now. I’m happy to be here. Hopefully we can win more games. I think that’s more important.” If we win, I think the numbers will be there.”

Cabrera’s start has been very good this season, by averaging .318 in his first seven games, with seven hits (one double), and two runs scored. In addition to his skill with the wood, the 39-year-old has been seen in good physical condition running from third to home plate in “Hit and run”, and sliding at the plate to score the hairline.

Regarding this the slugger added. “I try to go out there and play my best baseball.”

Tigres faces Royals again tonight and the Venezuelan is expected to remain in the lineup looking to close the gap, to enter the list of players with 500 homers and 3000 hits in his career. A list that has only six names with Hank Aaron (755 Home Runs – 3,771 hits), Willie Mays (660 – 3,293), Eddie Murray (504 – 3,255), Rafael Palmeiro (569 – 3,020), Alex Rodríguez (696 – 3,115) and Albert Pujols (680 – 3305).

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Miguel Cabrera: I try to go out and play my best baseball