Miguel Cabrera joined Ted Williams in historic record in Las Mayores

The Venezuelan of the Tigers from Detroit, Miguel Cabrera arrived this Sunday, August 22, 2021 to 500 lifetime home runs in baseball Major League Baseball -MLB and that way equaled Ted williams in a historic brand.

Through the game Tigers vs Tiles, Miguel Cabrera made history after becoming the 28th player to hit 500 home runs in the Big leagues and the sixth Latino to achieve it, but also equaled a mark of an immortal of this sport and legend of the Boston Red Sox, Ted Williams.

Cabrera joined the historic Williams as the only players to win 4 batting titles and hit 500 home runs in the MLB, a record that only these two gentlemen have in the best baseball in the world.

Williams played in the MLB from 1939 to 1960, hitting 521 home runs, a legend with the wood in this beautiful sport, so for the 38-year-old Venezuelan it must be a complete pride to catch up with this member of the Hall of Fame.

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It is good to remember, that Miggy won with the Tigers Detroit’s four batting championships, in 2011 (.344), 2012 (.330), 2013 (.348) and 2014 (.371).

What’s more, Miguel Cabrera He also equaled this legend becoming the ninth player to hit 500 home runs and have a lifetime average of 300 or more, also alongside Hank Aaron, Babe Ruth. Willie Mays, Manny Ramírez, Jimmie Foxx. Frank Thomas, Ted williams and Mel Ott.

Now, Miguel Cabrera has for life in Big leagues 2,955 hits, 500 home runs, 1,785 RBIs, 1,498 runs and a .311 average, numbers that will possibly catapult him to the Hall of Fame.