The Miggy Report

by Bill Chuck on July 12, 2013

Josh Phegley‘s grand slam led Chris Sale and the White Sox a 6-3 victory over the Tigers yesterday.

In the game, Miguel Cabrera hit his 30th homer of the year, his seventh straight season, and the ninth time in his career, with 30+ homers.

Year Age Tm Lg G PA AB HR RBI
2003 20 FLA NL 87 346 314 12 62
2004 21 FLA NL 160 685 603 33 112
2005 22 FLA NL 158 685 613 33 116
2006 23 FLA NL 158 676 576 26 114
2007 24 FLA NL 157 680 588 34 119
2008 25 DET AL 160 684 616 37 127
2009 26 DET AL 160 685 611 34 103
2010 27 DET AL 150 648 548 38 126
2011 28 DET AL 161 688 572 30 105
2012 29 DET AL 161 697 622 44 139
2013 30 DET AL 90 416 355 30 94
11 Yrs 1602 6890 6018 351 1217
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Generated 7/12/2013.

Active players with the most 30+ homer seasons

Rk Yrs From To
1 Alex Rodriguez 14 1996 2010
2 Albert Pujols 12 2001 2012
3 Manny Ramirez 12 1995 2008
4 Miguel Cabrera 9 2004 2013
5 Mark Teixeira 8 2004 2011
6 Adam Dunn 8 2004 2012
7 Jason Giambi 8 1999 2008
8 Paul Konerko 7 2001 2011
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It was Miggy’s 351st career homer as he passed Chili Davis and tied Dick Allen for 87th place on the all-time homer list, with 351.

Up next for Cabrera

Player HR From To G PA AB
Johnny Mize 359 1936 1953 1883 7370 6443
Carlos Lee 358 1999 2012 2099 8787 7983
Yogi Berra 358 1946 1965 2120 8359 7555
Greg Vaughn 355 1989 2003 1731 7070 6103
Luis Gonzalez 354 1990 2008 2591 10531 9157
Lee May 354 1965 1982 2071 8219 7609
Carlos Beltran 353 1998 2013 2000 8684 7629
Ellis Burks 352 1987 2004 2000 8177 7232
Miguel Cabrera 351 2003 2013 1602 6890 6018
Dick Allen 351 1963 1977 1749 7315 6332
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Generated 7/12/2013.

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