Will Miguel Cabrera ever stop making history?
The answer is no.
It seems as if every time the Detroit Tigers‘ legend and icon does something, he’s joining some elite company, and he did it again on Saturday against the Houston Astros with a key double.
Cabrera’s double on Saturday off of Astros’ ace Framber Valdez was his 600th career double.
The hit scored two runs and gave the Tigers an early 2-0 lead, but more importantly, it helped him make some more history.
Yesterday, Miguel Cabrera became the 3rd player in MLB history to record 3,000 hits, 500 home runs, and 600 doubles.
The other two: Hank Aaron and Albert Pujols. pic.twitter.com/Wpjn8AL1V4
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) May 8, 2022
Miggy is simply a walking history book.
He never stops.
The grind is constant, but it clearly isn’t too much for him as he continues to climb to the top of some historic lists.
Cabrera’s career has been full of great and historic moments, and he managed to have another historic moment on Saturday against the Astros.
He may be 39 years old, but the veteran slugger has still got it and isn’t showing any signs of slowing down, even in his advanced age.
He is without a doubt one of the best players to ever play the game of baseball and one of the best pure hitters the sport has ever seen over its many years.
The historic accomplishments just keep coming for this MLB legend.
The question is. how much longer are we going to have to wait to see Cabrera make some more history and add to his impressive legacy?
The answer is, not too long.
There’s plenty left in the tank for him, and he isn’t done yet.