Miguel Cabrera is a Venezuelan professional baseball first baseman and designated hitter for the Detroit Tigers of Major League Baseball (MLB).
Since joining the Marlins’ farm system with future major leaguers Adrián González and Dontrelle Willis in 1999, Miguel has progressed through the organization. In 2000, he debuted in the Gulf Coast League as a shortstop (GCL).
For the GCL Marlins, Cabrera batted.260 with 10 doubles, two triples, and two home runs in 57 games. He was advanced to Class-A ball, where he batted.250 with six RBIs in eight games for the New York–Penn League Blue Sox in Utica, New York.
Manager Bill Plummer switched Cabrera to third base from shortstop while he was playing for the Tigres de Aragua in the Venezuelan Winter League that winter.
Cabrera was promoted to the Kane County Cougars of the Low Class-A Kane County Cougars for the 2001 season. With González, he was one of two players from Seattle to make the Futures Game.
He had a batting average of 30 extra-base hits, 66 RBIs, and the greatest arm in the Midwest League, he tallied 268 hits and a.268 batting average.
Miguel Cabrera Siblings: Who Is Miguel Cabrera Sister, Ruth Cabrera Torres?
Baseball player Miguel Cabrera was born alongside one sibling. He has a sister called Ruth Cabrera Torres. The age and date of birth of Ruth are not known.
She has also kept her details on her educational background and career away from the spotlight.
Ruth has two nieces who are Rosangel Cabrera, Isabella Cabrera, and a nephew named Christopher Alexander Cabrera.