Miguel Cabrera Is Out For The Rest Of The Season For The Detroit Tigers Baseball Team In 2018.

Miguel Cabrera Is Out For The Rest Of The Season With A Bicep Tendon He Suffered In The 3rd Inning On Tuesday Night At Comerica Park Against The Minnesota Twins. He Suffered A Bicep Tendon On The 1-1 Count & Made It 1-2. Got Injured On That Ugly Swing & That Got Him A Bicep Tendon On The Ugly Swing He Suffered That Injury. Niko Goodrum Replaced Him For The Rest Of The Game. He Had A Double In The 6th Inning For 1st Year Manager Ron Gardenhire. It Is Sad To See The Greatest Hitter In Baseball Suffered A Bicep Tendon In The 3rd Inning. He Won The Triple Crown In 2012 For The Detroit Tigers & Also Won American League MVP That Season & Took The 2012 World Series & Lost To The San Francisco Giants In 4 Games. So Sad To See The Future Hall Of Famer Sit Out For The Rest Of The Season For The Detroit Tigers Baseball Team & Fans As Well Will Not See Miguel Cabrera For The Time Being In 2018.

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