Detroit Tigers Heroes and Zeroes Week 11

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Jun 21, 2015; Bronx, NY, USA; Detroit Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera (24) singles to right against the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Anthony Gruppuso-USA TODAY Sports

#2 Hero: Miguel Cabrera

Miguel Cabrera had a more quiet week than his last, but quiet means only one monster moon shot and a batting average 100 points lower than his .500 from his previous week.

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  • Cabrera continued to drill pitching, hitting  a team-leading .400 with an OPS of 1.120, a homer, six RBIs. Although he was passed up on the team homer list by our #1 hero, Miggy always seemed to be on base as well, receiving a mix of five intentional and unintentional walks.

    Miggy hit a monster shot the other way in Great American Ball Park, a shot that had beat writers on Twitter clamoring that Cincy beat writers had not seen a ball hit that far into the right field seats by a right handed hitter.

    Cabrera may turn out to be the All-Star starting first basemen after all. He has been one of the few consistent bright spots for a disappointing Detroit Tigers team through the first three months of the season.

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