Miguel Cabrera is at it again.

The reigning American League MVP and Triple Crown winner continued to mash the ball, driving in four of Detroit's seven runs Tuesday in a 7-3 win over the Toronto Blue Jays under rain-threatened skies at Comerica Park.

Three of Cabrera's RBIs came off an opposite-field homer in the fourth, which led to Toronto starter Brandon Morrow's early exit. It was his 100th career homer at Comerica Park, making him the first player to reach the milestone at the ballpark.

In seven games, Cabrera has now driven in 10 RBIs and is hitting .393.

Anibal Sanchez worked seven strong innings, giving up only two runs on five hits to earn his first win this season. He threw 114 pitches -- his highest pitch total as a member of the Tigers.

Sanchez found himself in early pitch-count trouble, needing 69 pitches to work through four innings, but he got into a groove late in the game, retiring his final seven batters.