Detroit Tigers’ flagship hitter Miguel Cabrera, who announced his retirement after this season, hit his first walk-off hit as a pinch hitter three days before his 40th birthday.
On the 16th (Korean time), in a home game against the San Francisco Giants at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan, USA, Cabrera hit a “goodbye hit” that rolled in front of center fielder in the 11th inning of overtime against the San Francisco Giants, 6-6.
Detroit, which fell behind in fourth place in the American League Central District, secured a foothold for a leap forward by winning three consecutive victories thanks to Cabrera’s final blow.
Cabrera stayed on the bench and appeared as a pinch hitter in a game situation with a runner on second base at the start of the bottom of the 11th inning.
San Francisco pitcher Taylor Rodgers threw the runner to third base, and the San Francisco infield put pressure on Cabrera with forward defense.
However, Cabrera made a hit that rolled between the second baseman and center fielder and rolled in front of the center fielder and smiled brightly.
After the game,카지노사이트 MLB.com introduced that Cabrera’s 3,095th hit was his 16th ending hit, and in particular, Cabrera’s first pinch-bye hit, having only played 29 games as a pinch hitter during the 21 seasons he played in the big leagues.
With a career batting average of 0.308, 507 home runs and 1,850 RBIs, Cabrera is the seventh player in the big leagues to reach both 500 home runs and 3,000 hits, and is a star player who is likely to be inducted into the Hall of Fame after his retirement.
In particular, as a member of Detroit in 2012, he swept the American League batting average (0.330), home run (44), and RBI (139) first, winning the last three batting crowns of this era.