How Many Hits Away Is Miguel Cabrera From 3000?

How Many Hits Away Is Miguel Cabrera From 3000?

Cabrera is five hits away from reaching the 3,000-hit plateau.


Cabrera, who hails from the Venezuelan city of Maracay, tops his country in MLB hits (2,995), doubles (559), home runs (502), RBIs (1,807), and bWAR (1,807). (68.72).

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Miguel Cabrera

Only Omar Vizquel (2,968) and Hall of Famer Luis Aparicio (2,599) have played more games than him. In his 20-year MLB career, Cabrera has played in 2,596 games and has a.310 hitting average, thus he will soon pass Aparicio.

“He’s my country’s No. 1,” Rodriguez remarked.

Cabrera will join Hank Aaron, Willie Mays, Eddie Murray, Rafael Palmeiro, Albert Pujols, and Alex Rodriguez as the eighth player in MLB history to hit at least 500 home runs and 3,000 hits.

Aaron and Pujols are the only two players on the list with 600 doubles.

Cabrera is no longer the player he once was. He had a long list of accomplishments on his Hall of Fame resume, including winning the 2003 World Series, back-to-back MVP trophies, seven Silver Slugger medals, and four batting crowns. Cabrera has yet to appear in an All-Star Game since 2016.

Castro hit.265 (9-for-34) with two walks and ten strikeouts in eight games for Triple-A Toledo. Last season, the 24-year-old batted .220 with nine home runs, 38 RBIs, a 5.1 percent walk rate, and a 24.2 percent strikeout rate in 125 games for the Tigers.

At second base, shortstop, and left field, he was worth minus-12 defensive runs saved.