‘Living Legend’ Miguel Cabrera (40) set his first personal record in his retirement season. It was a hit to end the pinch hit.
Cabrera played as a pinch hitter at the end of the 11th inning of the 2023 MLB home game against the San Francisco Giants, 6-6, at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan, USA on the 16th (Korean time) and hit the end.
Detroit tied the game by chasing 2 runs at the end of the 5th inning and 3 runs at the end of the 8th inning when it was losing 1-6. In the top of the 10th inning of overtime, which started as a match-up, pitcher Jason Foley struck out pinch hitter Michael Conforto on first and second base safely, and struck out Wilmer Flores and Brandon Crawford with a fly ball, respectively, to prevent a run. However, the subsequent attack failed to score.
Pitcher Chason Shreve, who came out in the top of the 11th inning, also prevented a run. He gave up a walk to David Villa at first out and second base, but pinch hitter Elliott Ramos and Tylo Estrada handled fly balls and ground balls.
The end of this match was up to ‘Legend’ Cabrare.토스카지노 With a runner on second base and opposing setup man Taylor Rodgers, Cabrera attacked the sinker on a ball count 2-2 strike and scored a heavy hit to bring runner Spencer Torkelson home. Detroit’s win.
Cabrera, who hit 3094 hits the previous day, finished his 3095th hit. It was also a pinch hit finish. Individual No. 1. Although he is a veteran of his 20th year of debut, it was a record that came from only 28 pinch hit appearances in his career.
Cabrera is a pinch hitter with 507 home runs and 1850 RBIs. He ended his playing career at the end of this season.