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Miggy's peers stand in awe of Triple Crown feat

Miggy's peers stand in awe of Triple Crown feat

MLB.com yahoo.com ESPN.com Updated Oct 3, 2012
Players, managers and officials across baseball were tuned in to Miguel Cabrera's at-bats and keeping tabs on his season, as the Tigers slugger finished with a .330 average, 44 homers and 139 RBIs to claim the Triple Crown.
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  • The Cleveland Indians Can't Stop Grabbing Each Other Inappropri…

    The Cleveland Indians Can't Stop Grabbing Each Other Inappropriately

    deadspin.com Oct 3, 2012
    A few weeks ago, Lonnie Chisenhall hit a walk-off single to give the Cleveland Indians a ninth-inning win over the Detroit Tigers. His teammates thanked him by mobbing him and trying to put their fingers in his butt. More »
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  • Tigers will be a force in the postseason

    Tigers will be a force in the postseason

    MLB.com Oct 3, 2012
    While the Tigers have been inconsistent this year and certainly have flaws, they also have the kind of rotation and star sluggers to play deep into October.
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  • Video - Crowning Achievement 07:10

    Crowning Achievement

    Oct 3
    Bob Holtzman on Miguel Cabrera becoming the 10th player to win the Triple Crown since 1920.
  • Video - SweetSpot: Mailbag Edition 06:50

    SweetSpot: Mailbag Edition

    Oct 3
    Dave Schoenfield and Eric Karabell answer viewer questions, and give their World Series Predictions.
  • Video - Miguel Cabrera Humble 00:25

    Miguel Cabrera Humble

    Oct 3
    Miguel Cabrera first player to win Triple Crown since Carl Yastrzemski in 1967.
  • Video - Cabrera Wins Triple Crown 00:32

    Cabrera Wins Triple Crown

    Oct 3
    Miguel Cabrera became the first player in 45 years to achieve the Triple Crown in the AL Central-champion Detroit Tigers' 1-0 win over the Royals.

Sports Columnists

  • Young defensive backs have made their marks

    Oct 3
    At the 2012 draft, wide receivers were the rage, but it's been the rookie DBs who have made a difference, writes John Clayton