Miguel Cabrera is going to a new campaign in the MLB in 2022 with several important marks for his baseball career in his sights. The Venezuelan will not have to wait long to achieve 3 records that will give him more luster as he passes through the majors.
The slugger born in Maracay already has an important conquest for these final years of his sports life: the 500 home runs. Now he goes for more.
Miguel Cabrera will start next year’s regular season with 2,987 career hits in baseball. In other words, the Venezuelan is only 13 hits away from the goal of 3,000 and is expected to reach it in the first month of the regular round. When he does, he will be the first Venezuelan to reach this goal.
With 597 doubles in his first 19 seasons, Miguel Cabrera is going to retire from the MLB with 600 such hits in his overall statistics. If he does, he will be just one of 18 players in league history with this mark.
This is an extremely feasible mark to be reached by the Venezuelan in the season that is scheduled to start in March. Before the end of the harvest, and if he stays as a regular for a long time, Miguel Cabrera will reach 10,000 times at bat in his career.