Although Angels Stadium of Anaheim is widely regarded as one of the more pitcher-friendly parks in the game, some statistics suggest that maybe it should be just the opposite.
Tigers general manager Dave Dombrowski admitted today that Miguel Cabrera will be moving back to first base in 2014.
Miguel Cabrera is right on track with rehab and expects to be at full strength for spring training.
Miguel Cabrera will undergo surgery tomorrow after playing through pain down the stretch.
Justin Verlander and Miguel Cabrera's Game 5 performances make them more of a threat to win it all.
Resting Miguel Cabrera more down the stretch could have benefited the Tigers a little more.
That sweet swing is still there. No matter how banged up Miguel Cabrera has been, he’s always a threat to hit the ball where nobody can catch it. It’s the rest of his duties that have looked more and
My votes for rookie of the year stay in the state of Florida with Jose Fernandez and Wil Myers.
Sometimes the MVP voting shouldn't solely rely on stats, but with contributions to the team.
For the second time in the last six weeks, Miguel Cabrera got tossed mid at-bat Monday, this time getting ejected by Brian Gorman in the first inning for arguing that he was hit by a pitch. Cabrera took a