A party for the ‘Tiger Mayor’: Miguel Cabrera appreciated the opportunity to say goodbye that Comerica Park gave him | The USA Print

The Venezuelan baseball player played his last first game at Comerica Park in Detroit.

The Venezuelan baseball player played his last first game at Comerica Park in Detroit.

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Venezuelan baseball player Miguel Cabrera’s career has become one of the most successful in modern Major League history. so it was difficult to see it outside of the tribute that the Detroit Tigers made in the first game of the season that they play at Comerica Park.

The inaugural launch of the match played this Thursday was attended by former Red Wings star Nicklas Lidström, former Lion Calvin Johnson and former Pistons member Ben Wallace, who invited the ‘Tiger Major‘ to join them on the mound for ceremonial pitching before a crowd of 44,650.

After this invitation, the native player was quite excited and grateful for the opportunity they gave him in what was his last first duel inside Comerica Park for Miguel, who will retire from the Major Leagues at the end of the season.

I am happy for this moment. I’m not sad. I am happy, because they have been 21 good years in the Major Leagues. I never take anything for granted. I’m going to enjoy this year, and when they give me the chance to play, hopefully I’ll be able to do my job,” Cabrera said, according to MLB.com.

Despite not achieving victory against the Boston Red Sox, Miguel Cabrera got a new hit and an RBI for his brand and thus be able to continue extending his legacy as one of the most productive baseball players in history.

He’s just a pure hitter, just like (Albert) Pujols. He hits for average, he hits for power, and he has this amazing ability to drive in runs.Red Sox manager Alex Cora said.

Miguel Cabrera currently reaps a total of 3,091 hits and 1,849 towed in his career. According to MLB, 696 of these RBIs have come with two outs, a mark no other player in Tigers history has with such a situation.

The Detroit Tigers have not had the best desired start, ranking fourth in the American League Central Division with a record of two wins and five losses.

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