Miguel Cabrera rules out retiring at the end of this campaign and will fulfill his contract


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in the last hours The majors lived hours of uncertainty, because Miguel Cabrera He reiterated that he is not playing 100% due to pain in his knee and that this could lead him to advance his retirement. However, the Venezuelan spoke with the media of the Detroit Tigers and he mentioned to them that he will fulfill his contract; that is, she will be in the big top in 2023.

It is important to highlight that, Miguel Cabrera He has one year left on his contract with the Cats and a $32 million chip. In addition to having the opportunity to continue increasing his legacy with new personal records.

“Miguel Cabrera has just told me, directly, that he has no intention of retiring after this year. His plan, he said, is to finish his contract and retire after 2023”, Detroit News reporter Chris McCosky wrote.

Miguel Cabrerahas so far played a total of 91 games with Detroit Tigers and after showing a good batting piece, the Commissioner of The majors granted an invitation to Game of stars.

Beyond his doubts about remaining an active player, the Venezuelan also mentioned to the American reporter that no matter what happens, he will not resign and that in 2023 he will be with the Detroit Tigers.

The Venezuelan has hit 87 hits, including nine doubles, four home runs and has driven in 36 runs for an average of .268; respectable numbers for a player who has given everything to the Big leagues.

In this way, all the followers of this sport will have the opportunity to enjoy the Venezuelan for a season and a half and then give a great farewell to the future member of the Hall of Fame.

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Source-eldiariony.com