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FA Miguel Cabrera
1B: 1   DH: 96  
2024 Projected Value: $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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1/18/24 Tigers' 2024 payroll projection: Spending down for 2nd straight year. Despite adding five veterans via trade and free agency, the Detroit Tigers are likely to enter the 2024 season with a lower payroll than the previous year. The biggest factor, of course, is the retirement of franchise legend Miguel Cabrera and his massive annual salary. Additionally, veteran left-handed pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez opted out his contract after the 2023 season and the Tigers made little or no effort to re-sign him. It's the second consecutive season in which the Tigers' payroll has decreased after reaching a rebuilding-era highwater mark in 2022.
1/01/24 Eyes forward: Where Tigers' offseason stands as spring training fast approaches. The last refrain of Auld Lang Syne has been sung; 2023 is in the books. For the Tigers, with spring training about six weeks away, that means pushing ahead post-Miggy. For the first time since 2008, the clubhouse will be without the powerful presence of Miguel Cabrera, who is settling into retirement and a role as special assistant to president Scott Harris. New “faces of the franchise” will emerge, much younger faces like Riley Greene, Spencer Torkelson, Kerry Carpenter, Tarik Skubal and Casey Mize.
1/01/24 Detroit Tigers in 2023: Farewell to Miguel Cabrera, improving young players and more. The noteworthy moments for the Detroit Tigers in the 2023 calendar year were headlined by the retirement of franchise legend Miguel Cabrera.
12/15/23 Detroit Tigers legend Miguel Cabrera to play one final season in native Venezuela. Detroit Tigers legend Miguel Cabrera, who retired from MLB at the end of the 2023 season, isn't quite done playing baseball. Cabrera, 40, this week said he plans to play for another “Tigers” team – the Tigres de Aragua of the Venezuelan Professional Baseball League during the 2024-25 season. The Maracay, Venezuela native, will not play during the ongoing 2023-24 season, saying he instead plans to use the time off to rest and prepare for one final season of baseball beginning in October 2024.
12/13/23 Miguel Cabrera plans to play one more season with Venezuelan professional league after MLB retirement. Cabrera retired from MLB after 21 seasons

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