You'd have to think that if Miguel Cabrera was on a team in the AL West, he'd be one of the all-time Rangers nemeses, right up there with guys like Vladimir Guerrero and Kyle Seager.
Cabrera has played 66 games against the Rangers in his career, and he's sporting a career .379 batting average with 12 homers and 66 RBIs with a 1.057 OPS.
He's just recently returned from the disabled list, where he spent more than a month — a big reason for the Tigers falling out of contention enough to strip down and sell off their assets like David Price and Yoenis Cespedes.
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But in his five games since returning, Cabrera has already hit a long ball with four RBIs and is batting an even .400 in those 20 at-bats.
The Rangers need to win this four-game series in Detroit to try to gain some ground against Houston, Los Angeles and Baltimore, and containing Cabrera will go a long way toward that goal.