3 clubs that Miguel Cabrera is looking to enter in 2022

With his double 600 this week, the star Miguel Cabrera joined important and very exclusive clubs in the MLB.

But the Venezuelan of the Detroit Tigers can still continue to aspire to be a member of other outstanding groups during this Major League season, the penultimate of his career in the majors.

Miguel Cabrera will soon join another club that Barry Bonds is at / Mark Cunningham/GettyImages

With the 10 RBIs he has added this season with the Tigers, Cabrera reached 1,814 for his career. Despite the bad offensive moment of the Detroit team, if the Venezuelan stays healthy he can aspire to reach 1,900 charters this year, an amount that only 12 players have reached in the history of the Major Leagues.

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Miguel Cabrera ranks 21st all-time in extra-base hits, with 1,121. He has a chance to get to 1,150 and when he does, he’ll be the 14th member of a player’s club with 1,150 extra-base hits and 1,800 RBIs. The group has illustrious names such as Babe Ruth, Hank Aaron, Albert Pujols, Alex Rodríguez, Willie Mays, Ken Grifey Jr. and Carl Yastrzemski, among others.

Miguel Cabrera can join another club with Omar Vizquel / Leon Halip/GettyImages

The Venezuelan is playing his 20th season in the majors and in this time he has played 2,615 games, before Friday’s day. If he is not injured, he can reach 2,700 games before the end of the season, joining Pujols (2,987), Tany Pérez (2.77), Omar Vizquel (2,968), Rafael Palmeiro (2,831) and Adrián Beltré (2,933). ) as the only Latinos to reach that figure.