Miguel Cabrera: double and circuit to beat Barry Bonds and stay one behind Eddie Murray (+Videos) | baseball 123

Harold Capote Fernandez

One step at a time, Miguel Cabrera devours more marks, leaving behind other legendary figures from the world of Major League Baseball.

In the game played between the Baltimore Orioles and the Detroit Tigers, the boy from Maracay scored his fifth double of the season, a connection with which he led Javier Báez and supported the work of his compatriot, starter Eduardo Rodríguez.

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Additionally, Mr. Miggy leaves behind Barry Bonds with 601 Biangulars, only 1 remaining from historic position number 16, where the immortal Cal Ripken Jr.

Not content with this, he sent his second home run of 2022 in the sixth inning, the 504th of his career with which he equaled Eddie Murray, occupying box 27 of life.

In this duel, another Venezuelan also shows his strength, it is Anthony Santander, who after Trey Mancini hit a home run, continues with his fourth shot from four corners to complete the back to back.

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For his part, Eduardo Rodríguez has the best presentation of the year to achieve his first victory with the Bengali uniform.

The Carabobo southpaw goes zero in 6.2 5-hit innings, 4 walks and 3 strikeouts, leaving his balance at 1-2 with a 3.72 ERA.

The loss is on gold starter Jordan Lyles in a tough display of 6 hits, 4 runs, all earned, 3 walks and 6 guillotines in 5.2 bouts. His mark is now 2-3 with a 4.38 ERA.

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Will Vest gets his first Major League save by retiring with strikeouts, the last 2 strikeouts. 1.17 is his ERA.

Miguel Cabrera (.276) is 2 for 4 with runs scored, 2 RBIs and 1 strikeout. On the Orioles side, Anthony Santander (.241) is 5-1, RBI, scored and received a chocolate; Robinson Chirinos (.141) is 0-for-2 with a pair of walks and a pair of strikeouts.

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