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FA Miguel Cabrera
1B: 1   DH: 96  
2024 Projected Value: $0
2024 Actual Value: $0 Difference: $0
Based on 10-team XX-only league

Player Stats      Daily Log
2024 proj 378 97 27 6 44 32 90 0 0.257 11.7
2023 334 86 21 4 34 31 74 0 0.257 8.6
2022 397 101 25 5 43 28 101 1 0.254 10.5
2021 472 121 48 15 75 40 118 0 0.256 24.2

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6/04/24 Future Detroit Tigers' Hall of Famer Visits Own Artifacts at Baseball Hall of Fame. Former Miami Marlins and Detroit Tigers' legend Miguel Cabrera stopped by the Basbeall Hall of Fame this week and took in some of his own artifacts in a cool story out of Cooperstown. @MiguelCabrera swung by the Hall of Fame on Tuesday and reconnected with a jersey from his 2013 MVP season on display in ¡Viva Baseball! Cabrera, who retired after the 2023 season, is going to be a first-ballot Hall of Famer himself, but it's still cool to see him get an early snapshot of things on display.
4/22/24 This Date in Baseball - Miguel Cabrera of the Tigers becomes the 33rd member of the 3,000 hit club. 1903 — The New York Highlanders won their first game as a major league team, 7-2 over the Washington Senators. 1913 — New York Giants ace Christy Mathewson beat the Phillies 3-1, throwing just 67 pitches. 1939 — Rookie Ted Williams went 4-for-5, including his first major league home run, but the Red Sox lost to Philadelphia 12-8 at Fenway Park. 1946 — Ed Head of the Brooklyn Dodgers no-hit the Boston Braves 5-0 at Ebbets Field.
4/15/24 Don't Look Now, But The Detroit Tigers Just Might Be Contenders. MLB's two Central Divisions are actually among my favorites to watch on an annual basis. The Cubs and Cardinals over in the NL Central are the closest thing there is to “haves” in the flyover divisions. Now it wasn't all that along ago that the Tigers were the class of the AL Central, though the clubs led by Miguel Cabrera, Justin Verlander, David Price, Magglio Ordonez, Max Scherzer, Victor Martinez and others never did quite win World Series rings.
4/05/24 Tigers banking on Javier Baez's defensive value as plate struggles continue. After the retirement of Miguel Cabrera, the most visible player on the Detroit Tigers roster, the one whose name is most recognized outside of Michigan, the one who once had “star” attached to his name is also the player who is struggling the most. Detroit Tigers shortstop Javier Baez is coming off a bad season and a bad spring. Over much of the last two years, Baez was capable of making jaw-dropping web gems in one moment and then tossing away an easy grounder in the next. This spring, manager A.J. Hinch said Baez has been locked in defensively, emphasizing the routine plays as much as the spectacular ones.
4/02/24 Tigers-Mets game postponed due to weather, rescheduled for Thursday. The Tigers, which are first in the American League Central, hold a 4-0 record after beating the Mets 5-0 on Monday. This is the Tigers's first season without Miguel Cabrera, who retired last year after 16 seasons with the Tigers and took a new role within the organization. Detroit is also gearing up for its home opener at Comerica Park on Friday against the Oakland Athletics.

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