Miguel Cabrera closed a memorable 2021 season of the MLB with the Detroit Tigers by surpassing the 500 home run mark in his career, among other offensive achievements that gave his numbers round figures. However, that quality was also evident in his country while he was uniformed with the Tigres de Aragua.
That is why we are going to list the five most important brands that “Miggy” has in the Venezuelan Professional Baseball League (LVBP).
For the round robin of the 2004-05 season, Cabrera drove in a total of 32 runs in just 16 games played with the Tigres de Aragua, a record that remains in force in the LVBP.
At 21 years old and just making his way into the MLB, Cabrera set a record for the most doubles connected for a round robin with 8 such hits during the 2004-05 contest on Venezuela’s winter baseball circuit.
In the 2004-05 harvest of the Venezuelan baseball, “Miggy” registered 26 hits, surpassing Juan Rivera as leader in that department in a single postseason (25), a mark he shares with Bob Abreu, who did the same in the campaign. 2013-14 with the Lions of Caracas.
In the “Todos con Todos” of the 2004-05 campaign, Cabrera registered 61 bases reached, leaving for that moment the mark of 42 of the once great Eliézer Alfonzo, of the Caribes de Anzoátegui.
Miguel Cabrera has the second-most home run record in round robin history with 9, which is second only to Mario Lisson, who shot 10 during the 2013-14 contest with the Navegantes del Magallanes.