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Miguel Cabrera

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Full Name Miguel Cabrera
Profession Baseball Player
Date of Birth April 18 , 1983
Current Age 40 years
Place of Birth Maracay
Birth Country Venezuela
Nationality Birth
Birth Sign Aries
Dead or Alive Alive ( 40 years old)

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Miguel Cabrera is one of the famous Baseball Player, who was born on the memorable day of April 18 in the year 1983. Miguel Cabrera is a proud citizen of Venezuela.

Star MLB first baseman and third baseman who won the American League Triple Crown in 2012 as a member of the Detroit Tigers. He was named AL MVP back-to-back years with the Tigers in 2012 and 2013.

Over the years, not only have skills been honed, but a significant impact has also been made in the professional field. Whether it's through work, public appearances, or contributions to the community, Miguel Cabrera continues to be an inspiration for many.

Personal Information

Details about Miguel Cabrera
Popular As: Miguel Cabrera
First Name: Miguel
Last Name: Cabrera
Gender: Male
Birthday: April 18
Birth Year: 1983
Age: 40-years


He came up through the Florida Marlinsorganization and helped the team win a World Series in 2003, his first professional season.

He won his first American League home run title in 2008, then in 2011 he won his first of three straight AL batting titles.


He married Rosangel Cabrera in 2002 and the couple had two daughters and one son together. He won the Triple Crown in 2012, the first player to do so since Carl Yastrzemski in 1967.

Miguel Cabrera Timeline

Cabrera became the first Tiger to win three consecutive batting titles since Ty Cobb (1917–1919), the first American Leaguer to win at least three straight since Wade Boggs (1985–88), and the first right-handed batter in either league to win three straight batting titles since Rogers Hornsby (1920–25).
He was the seventh player in history to win at least four AL batting titles, following Ty Cobb, Harry Heilmann, Wade Boggs, Rod Carew, Ted Williams, and Nap Lajoie, and only the second right-handed batter in the live-ball era (since 1920) to do so, joining Heilmann.
Cabrera became the first non-outfielder to win the Triple Crown since Lou Gehrig in 1934, the first player to win it without a tie in any of the three categories since Frank Robinson in 1966, and the first Latin American player and the first third baseman to win a Triple Crown.
He was the third Tiger player to win the MVP award more than once, joining Hank Greenberg (1935, 1940) and Hal Newhouser (1944–45).
On August 15, Cabrera became the first player in Detroit Tigers history to hit 30 home runs in five consecutive seasons, passing Hank Greenberg (1937–40) and Cecil Fielder (1990–93), who each had four consecutive 30 home run seasons.
He was the fourth player in history to win this award in back-to-back seasons, joining Ted Williams (1941–42), Joe Morgan (1975–76) and Albert Pujols (2008–09).