DH Miguel Cabrera
This is probably a longshot, especially given the competition at DH, but at age 39, Miggy has been the Tigers’ most consistent hitter by a mile. He’s been hovering around the .300 mark for most of the season.
He doesn’t hit for much power anymore (.374 slugging %), but he’s come up with several clutch hits this season for the Tigers.
Of course, it’s been a season of milestones for Miggy. He recorded his 3,000th hit on April 23 and his 600th double on May 7.
The only problem with him making the All-Star game this year is that some guy named Shohei Ohtani is a DH. So is former Tiger J.D. Martinez. Giancarlo Stanton primarily DHs for the Yankees. There’s a lot of talent at the designated hitter position.
If he were to make it this year or next, it would be more of a sentimental thing a la Chipper Jones in 2012. However, Miggy has earned it with his play this season. He’s carried this offense. If any Tigers’ hitter deserves to make the All-Star game, it’s Miggy.