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Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera set the file straight relating to his future Friday, telling...

Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera set the file straight relating to his future Friday, telling The Detroit Information that he’ll certainly return for a twenty first main league season in 2023.

A day earlier, the 39-year-old Cabrera indicated to reporters that this season could also be his final as he continues to cope with knee points. It marked the primary time that Cabrera had opened the door to the chance that he might not play subsequent 12 months after beforehand saying he deliberate to meet his contract, which is absolutely assured by the 2023 season.

However Cabrera stated Friday his plan of taking part in subsequent 12 months hasn’t modified.


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“I’m not going to retire,” he advised the Information. “Not till after subsequent 12 months when my contract is finished. They didn’t perceive what I stated. No means am I going to stop.”

Cabrera joined the three,000-hit/500-homer membership earlier within the season, and was hitting .308 as just lately as July 8. However he’s struggled since, hitting .131 with three extra-base hits in his final 21 video games.

Knee ache, which he stated has elevated in current weeks, has been partly accountable, however Cabrera believes subsequent 12 months will likely be totally different. He turns 40 in April.

“Subsequent 12 months goes to go means higher,” he advised the Information. “Subsequent 12 months I’m going to be proper there.”

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