How Many Hits Does Miguel Cabrera Have As Of Today?
Cabrera now has 2,999 hits after three hits against the Yankees on Wednesday. So far this season, he’s racked up nine wins, including a couple of doubles.
Cabrera bats in the Tigers’ top half of the order most of the time. He was hitting.281 on the season as of Tuesday.
Miguel Cabrera of the Tigers had 2,987 hits entering the season, just 13 shy of joining MLB’s famous 3,000-hit club.
He has given up first base to Detroit’s prized prospect Spencer Torkelson, but the 20-year veteran continues to hit. He’s already had four hits in 18 at-bats this season, putting him on track to reach 3,000 hits before the end of the year.
Cabrera is still a crucial element of Detroit’s lineup, despite the fact that he is no longer a dominant Triple Crown presence at the plate.
Even if Cabrera reaches 3,000 hits, he should be a mainstay in the Tigers’ lineup as they try to stay competitive in the AL Central.
Cabrera’s Hall of Fame career would be complete if he reached 3,000 hits. Last season, he hit 500 home runs, adding to a long list of accomplishments.
Cabrera averaged about 200 hits per season between 2005 and 2014. (to be exact, he had 192.5 hits per season in that span). Cabrera has amassed a successful career’s worth of hits in just nine years.
Cabrera hit .330 on a regular basis and earned seven Silver Sluggers and back-to-back MVPs in 2012 and 2013. Despite not hitting better than.256 in any of the last three seasons, Cabrera’s career batting average remains at.310.