Miguel Cabrera 3 of the Tigers is approaching 3,000, and see him spit to go after a remarkable run

Miguel Cabrera 3 of the Tigers is approaching 3,000, and see him spit to go after a remarkable run ...

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Could?

After his three-hit performance in the.

He now has 2,994 hits and three more games at this This His family is a tiny town just in case.

Even if Cabrera gets another hit the rest of the weekend, it's worthwhile to take time to appreciate his work in the series premiere.

He had singles in the second, fourth, and sixth innings, scoring what he considered to be a crucial run in the second inning.

"It was like Speedy Gonzales!" explains the man who made the process.

Harold Castro, who was drafted from the third base, was hit with a fly ball to a medium-deep field. Cabrera, though, looked like a dead duck at the plate.

Andrew Benintendi, a left fielder, scored a touchdown but left him with a few bases to the line. Salvador Perez, who caught the ball and lunged back to the plate, had to make sure that Cabrera was right on the plate and slammed for the next day.

Cabrera, who turns 39 on Monday, had wowed out two gold Glovers.

THAT'S WHAT SPEED DO

This is how a good speed is.

This is certainly one of the best defenses in the American League, said Tigers manager A.J. Hinch. Every run matters here.

During celebration, Cabrera put his fist to the ground.

Casey Mize, the Tigers' starting pitcher, said the song "It was hilarious, honestly."

Cabrera was asked about the 3,000 run after the game, and questions he has since apologized.

I try to go out there and coach my best baseball, said the spokesman. I know its a lot of pressure. I know there is a lot of eyes on me. At the same time, I am grateful to be present and hope that we can win more games. I believe that the numbers will be there.

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