Like all baseball fans have their favorite moments Miguel Cabrera Throughout his successful 21-season career, he learned from the player what his personal preferences were this time around.
But, knowing a little about his taste, “Mickey” He answered several questions in an interview about his memories of the “big show”.
What is Miguel Cabrera’s favorite milestone?
While he could easily claim 500 home runs, Venezuela naturally noted that his favorite mark of all time was reaching 3,000 hits, another unique feat.
Who is your favorite partner?
“Mickey” has been played by hundreds of players since its debut Florida Marlins, the question gave him a lot to think about, but he ended up mentioning Victor Martinez. He has a lot of praise for Dontrell Willis and Adrian Gonzalez, with whom he got his start in the minors and MLB.
Favorite team to play for?
He quoted the Cleveland Guardians with a smile on his face: “I like Cleveland. How did you know?After the interviewer guesses which one he will choose.
For his career against the Guardians, he batted .307 with 176 RBIs, 50 home runs, 283 hits and an astronomical OPS of .8970.
Favorite moment with a fan?
Miguel Cabrera He noted a sweet moment with a Cleveland fan during that 2015 season when Jason Kipnis drew a foul with his hat.
The young man shouted at him “Let’s go!” And the Venezuelan player rewarded him with some gloves and a bat.
Favorite home run?
“Miculato” He says there are many home runs to remember when he played for Tigres de Aragua in Venezuela, but the one that stands out for him was hitting Roger Clemens in the fourth game of the 2003 World Series.
Favorite moment in the playoffs with the Detroit Tigers?
“When we went to the World Series in 2012.”, he noted. In this campaign, Cabrera He achieved the triple crown in batting after 45 years.
Favorite player to talk to at first base?
Miguel pointed out Jose Altuve One of their favorite and happiest memories was on August 14, 2015 when they both played a prank in the middle of the game by messing up their jerseys.
Favorite receiver to talk to?
He’s seen a lot of catchers in his career, but he says that Yadier Molina Your favorite: “Because I’m always asking what he’s going to throw at me. What’s the next release going to be?.
Your favorite home run that left your opponent on the field?
He immediately remembers his first hit and first home run The big leaguesWhen he played the former Devil Rays on June 20, 2003.
First time in baseball is always sweet, Miguel Cabrera He proudly says that it is his favorite award MLBHis first “MVP” award in 2012.