Triple Crown Tracker: Miguel Cabrera in need of homers
As Tigers third baseman Miguel Cabrera continues his pursuit of the first Major League Baseball triple crown since 1967, we'll continue to track it here.
|Cabrera's awfully close to the Triple Crown, but needs more homers. (Getty Images)|
Wednesday, the Tigers face Jeremy Guthrie and the Royals in Comerica Park. In his career, Cabrera has faced Guthrie 24 times and he's torched him to the tune of .368/.458/.648 with two homers and four RBI.
Here's how Cabrera stands in the three categories of note in this triple crown.
Hamilton is facing Jarrod Parker and the A's Wednesday. He's 0-for-3 lifetime, but such small samples are pretty meaningless. It's an interesting matchup, though, because Rangers Ballpark is one of the most homer-friendly parks in the majors, however, Parker has the best home run rate in the entire American League (just 0.5 homers per nine innings allowed).
He's fine here.
Marcell Ozuna figures to be the next Marlins star on the move
Several relievers have signed in the last two days
Several teams are interested in the switch-hitting first baseman
Neshek and the Phillies are closing on a two-year contract
And the team that first drafted Cole is interested
This scout was SUPER into Jeter