The Miggy Report

by Bill Chuck on July 10, 2013

Miguel Cabrera hit his 29th homer of the season for the Tigers last night breaking Cecil Fielder‘s franchise record for homers before the All-Star Game that he set in 199o, the year he hit 51.

It was Miggy’s 350th career HR and tying Chili Davis for 88th place on the all time home run list.

Up next for Cabrera

Player HR From To Age G PA AB Tm
Carlos Lee 358 1999 2012 23-36 2099 8787 7983 CHW-MIL-TOT-HOU
Yogi Berra 358 1946 1965 21-40 2120 8359 7555 NYY-NYM
Greg Vaughn 355 1989 2003 23-37 1731 7070 6103 MIL-TOT-SDP-CIN-TBD-COL
Luis Gonzalez 354 1990 2008 22-40 2591 10531 9157 HOU-TOT-CHC-DET-ARI-LAD-FLA
Lee May 354 1965 1982 22-39 2071 8219 7609 CIN-HOU-BAL-KCR
Carlos Beltran 353 1998 2013 21-36 1999 8680 7625 KCR-TOT-NYM-STL
Ellis Burks 352 1987 2004 22-39 2000 8177 7232 BOS-CHW-COL-TOT-SFG-CLE
Dick Allen 351 1963 1977 21-35 1749 7315 6332 PHI-STL-LAD-CHW-OAK
Miguel Cabrera 350 2003 2013 20-30 1600 6881 6010 FLA-DET
Chili Davis 350 1981 1999 21-39 2436 9997 8673 SFG-CAL-MIN-KCR-NYY
Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Play Index Tool Used
Generated 7/10/2013.

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MrGJG July 10, 2013 at 10:38 am

Wow, Greg Vaughn really had some juice. Great HR%.

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