Miguel Cabrera News Archive
Cabrera (back) said he won't play until Friday at the earliest, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports.
Cabrera (back) is back with the Tigers but will be held out of the lineup at least until Friday, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports.
Cabrera (back) is expected to miss the rest of the World Baseball Classic, Bob Nightengale of USA TODAY reports.
Cabrera's back discomfort that prompted him to be removed from Thursday's World Baseball Classic contest isn't a cause for concern for the Tigers, Evan Woodbery of MLive.com reports. "I just got a text from Omar (Vizquel) this morning saying his back tightened up and he's fine. Don't think it's anything more than that," said Tigers manager Brad Ausmus said, who was uncertain whether Cabrera would play in Team Venezuela's Saturday contest.
Cabrera (back) was pulled from Thursday's game against the Dominican Republic for precautionary reasons, MLB Network's Jon Morosi reports.
Cabrera hit a mammoth go-ahead home run in Venezuela's World Baseball Classic win Monday over Italy, his only hit in a 1-for-4 game.
Cabrera was hit by a pitch in the arm during Saturday's spring training game against Houston but stayed in the contest, MLive.com reports.
Tigers manager Brad Ausmus said Cabrera is not a candidate to hit second this year, the Detroit Free Press reports.