May 22, 2022

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Miguel Cabrera is not alone in waiting for the HR 500

Miguel Cabrera is not alone in waiting for the HR 500

The first Venezuelan baseman Miguel CabreraD., of the Detroit Tigers, will resume the home run of the March 500 from his extraordinary Major League run since Tuesday against the Los Angeles Angels at Comerica Park.

Cabrera scores .280 with 16 homers and 20 doubles in 321 bats (and 15-4 with a double in 2021) against Los Angeles, who announced the right-handers. Dylan Bundy NS Shuhei Ohtani and the south Patrick Sandoval As the starting pitchers for the three game series.

Cabrera scored his 499th home run last Wednesday against a right-handed curve ball. Matt Harvey In the fifth inning of a game against the Baltimore Orioles at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.

The MLS Player of the Year duo and the winner of the last major league by hitting the Triple Crown are trying to become the 28th player with 500 points in Major League history. He will be the first Venezuelan and seventh Latin American on the prestigious list.

Cabrera, who hit 0.251 with 12 homers and 51 RBIs in his 19th MLB season (14 in Detroit), is 9-1 in three games and five days since he last got the ball off the field.

While Frank Robinson and the Dominicans Albert Pujols Only David Ortiz had 499 and 500 home points in the same showdown and some crossed the bridge very quickly, and the other “500 Club” members struggled for a long time before completing the feat.

Dominican Sami Sosa and North American Gary Sheffield are the only ones who have spent winter vacation between 499 and 500 times on their soil. Sosa made his 499th home run on September 29, 2002, the last day of the season, and the following day didn’t happen until April 4, 2003, in the fourth game of the season for the Chicago Cubs.

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Sheffield hit his 498th and 499th with the Tigers on Friday, September 26, 2008, as the final weekend of that season began, and the 500 didn’t drop until April 17, 2009, in their 10th game of the new season. York Mets.

When it comes to the long wait during a season, the first place corresponds to Jimmy Foxx, who had to struggle for 20 days (between September 4 and 24, 1940) to go from 499 to 500, to play for the Boston Red Sox.

Harmon Killebrew of the Minnesota Twins is No. 12 (with 573) on the list of greatest home game producers in history, but his 500th place record took 16 games in 1971. Killebrew hit 499th place by Cuban Luis Tiant on July 25th and then the 500th and then #501 To Cuban Mike Cuellar, on August 10.

Dominican American Alex Rodriguez, who retired with a 696 base four, reached the promised land on August 4, 2007, on the tenth day after the 499th touchdown, while another member of the New York Yankees, Mickey Mantle, had struggled for nine days before that. To strike on May 14, 1967.

Hank Aaron (May 14, 1967) and Ken Grevey Jr. (June 20, 2004) were spending an entire week searching for the 500th home of Cooperstown Hall of Fame jobs.