Miguel Cabrera had 3 hits this Wednesday to reach 3,103 in the MLB and surpass Wade Boggs on the all-time list. The uncatchables came in the commitment between the Detroit Tigers and the Oakland Athletics.
The Venezuelan first baseman passed Wade Boggs for 30th all-time. Now his next target is Rafael Palmeiro, a historic figure for the Orioles, who had 3,020 hits in the majors.
The 39-year-old baseball player has more than enough merit to be inducted into the Cooperstown Hall of Fame at the end of his extraordinary baseball career.
HISTORICAL! ?? Miguel Cabrera hits his #3,011 hit and surpasses Wade Boggs in the #30 position in @lasmayores history. pic.twitter.com/VblGcJDi1O
– MLB Venezuela (@MLBVenezuela) May 12, 2022
Max Scherzer starts this Friday against the Mariners
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New York Mets starter Max Scherzer will have the ball to start Friday’s game against the Seattle Mariners in the 2022 Major League Baseball season.
Scherzer will be followed by Chris Bassitt in Saturday’s matchup of the NL East leaders against the Shipowners. He has a 2.92 ERA, 0.95 WHIP and 49 strikeouts in 37 innings in his debut year with the Mets.
Max Scherzer will pitch the series opener against Mariners tomorrow at Citi Field, followed by Chris Bassitt on Saturday.
— Deesha (@DeeshaThosar) May 12, 2022
Yankees have their best start to the season since 2003
The New York Yankees reached a mark of 22 wins and 8 losses this Wednesday. This is the best start to the season for the New York squad since the 2003 campaign, the year they reached the World Series and lost it to the Miami Marlins.