Miguel Cabrera RUMORS & NEWS

  • Miguel Cabrera leaves game with right groin strain

    Hardball Talk "Tigers’ first baseman Miguel Cabrera was pulled from the seventh inning of Friday’s game against the Twins with a right groin strain. Manager Brad Ausmus told reporters that the strain was sustained during Robbie Grossman‘s single in the sixth inning. The 34-year-old infielder is expected to..." April 22

  • Detroit Tigers place Miguel Cabrera on 10-day DL

    Detroit Free Press "Detroit Tigers annouced first baseman Miguel Cabrera was placed on the 10-day disabled list Saturday afternoon. He left Friday’s 6-3 loss to the Minnesota Twins in the seventh inning with a right groin sprain. Tigers manager Brad Ausmus said Cabrera was undergoing a MRI this morning to..." April 22

  • Miguel Cabrera's beef was with Indians' Terry Francona Friday, not Bauer

    Detroit Free Press "Miguel Cabrera’s anger was directed at Indians manager Terry Francona, not Trevor Bauer. Cabrera was upset in the first inning, after Bauer threw a pitch up and in on him. Cabrera was one of three Tigers hit by pitches by Bauer in a game last September. When Bauer pitched inside to him on..." April 15

  • Tigers’ Cabrera still bothered by back pain

    Detroit News "From the sound of it, Miguel Cabrera is dealing with something a bit more severe than a routine stiff back. In fact, he wasn’t ready to make any predictions about when he might return to the lineup. “I don’t know,” he said Thursday afternoon. “I hurt my back the first (WBC) game in Mexico. Out..." March 23

  • Tigers' Miguel Cabrera likely to miss the rest of the WBC because of a back injury

    CBS Sports "Thursday night, during a loss to the Dominican Republic , Venezuela first base Miguel Cabrera had to exit the game in the middle innings with a back issue. There was no specific play or incident that led to the injury. His back just locked up on him. On Friday, Venezuela manager Edwin Rodriguez..." March 18

  • Miguel Cabrera injury not believed to be serious, Brad Ausmus says

    Michigan Live "The Detroit Tigers don't believe the back discomfort Miguel Cabrera experienced Thursday night during a World Baseball Classic game is serious. Cabrera left in the sixth inning of Venezuela's loss to the Dominican Republic in San Diego. "I just got a text from Omar (Vizquel) this morning..." March 17

  • Tigers: Miguel Cabrera’s back is ‘fine’

    Detroit News "Reports out of San Diego are cautiously optimistic regarding the health of Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera. “I got a text from Omar (Vizquel),” manager Brad Ausmus said. “He just said Miggy’s back tightened up on him. He’s fine.” Cabrera came out of Team Venezuela’s World Baseball..." March 17

  • Miggy leaves WBC game with back tightness

    Michigan Live "Detroit Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera left Venezuela's World Baseball Classic game in the sixth inning Thursday night with back discomfort. Venezuela manager Omar Vizquel, the Tigers first base coach, said the move was precautionary. Cabrera could be seen grimacing as he fouled off a..." March 17

  • Miggy hints that Tigers have 1 more year of contention left

    Detroit News "The Tigers held their first full-squad workout Saturday, which is annually the day perennial All-Star and two-time MVP Miguel Cabrera gives his first extended interview of the new season. And, even after a long workout and a photo shoot, he was in rare form. He was his usual playful self, but..." February 19

  • Miggy open to trade but wants to be in Detroit

    MLB.com "Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera told Venezuelan reporters on Saturday that he would like to remain with the club, but he would not stand in the way of a trade if it benefits both sides. As the Tigers listen to trade interest in all of their veteran players heading into the Winter Meetings..." December 03

  • Why an Astros trade for Miguel Cabrera is extremely unlikely

    Houston Chronicle "Despite a report suggesting the Astros will pursue future Hall of Famer Miguel Cabrera in a trade with the Detroit Tigers, all indications are such a deal is extremely unlikely. Cabrera, 33, is guaranteed $212 million over the next seven seasons. The Astros under Jim Crane's ownership group..." November 10

  • Astros want Miguel Cabrera or Edwin Encarnacion

    CBS Sports "The Houston Astros are of course in contending mode and in 2017 will have legitimate designs on the AL West title. The 2016 season was something of a disappointment following the strides made the year prior, and to the end of shoring up those roster weaknesses, GM Jeff Luhnow apparently has..." November 10

  • Miguel Cabrera to the Astros? Why one analyst thinks it would make sense

    Michigan Live "The Houston Astros are planning to expand their payroll this winter and are willing to pay big bucks for a big bat. Could they be targeting Detroit Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera? The MLB Network's Jon Morosi wrote this week that the Astros are the best fit for Cabrera and he expects..." November 09

  • Will the Tigers trade Miguel Cabrera, Justin Verlander?

    Click on Detroit "As the Detroit Tigers openly try to trim payroll, many are asking: will they actually trade Miguel Cabrera? The Tigers are reportedly fielding calls for Miggy, as well as Justin Verlander, according to Jon Heyman. The Tigers are not saying they are rebuilding, but rather suggesting they are..." November 09

  • Why Trading Miguel Cabrera To The Red Sox Doesn’t Add Up

    CBS Detroit "The Tigers want to get younger and leaner. General Manager Al Avila is open to anything that helps them achieve that. According to reports, the team is taking calls on the availability of Justin Verlander and Miguel Cabrera. When next season begins, one – or both – of those superstars may be..." November 09

  • Tigers open to anything, get calls on Cabrera, Verlander

    Fanrag Sports "With the Tigers signaling they are open for business and willing to discuss just about anything in trades, a number of teams have checked in on superstar hitter Miguel Cabrera and superstar pitcher Justin Verlander. The Tigers are not saying they are rebuilding, but rather suggesting they are..." November 08