Who are the last 5 Tigers players to have 100 RBI in a single season?

It's been a while since the Detroit Tigers had a hitter productive enough to drive in 100 runs in a single season.
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2. Miguel Cabrera, 2016 (108), 2014 (109), 2013 (137)

It's no surprise to see Miggy come up on this list. He's the only player with multiple 100+ RBI seasons in the last 10 years.

The 2016 season was his last truly dominant season, as he hit 38 homers and had a 153 wRC+ and a .247 ISP. He hasn't come close to these stats ever since.

His 2014 campaign didn't feature quite as much power as we had grown accustomed to at the time, but he was still a force to be reckoned with. Plus, it's not like 25 home runs and a .211 ISO with a 148 wRC+ is bad or anything.

The 2013 season was the year after his triple crown season in 2012, and one could argue it was even better. He had a higher ISO, higher slugging percentage, higher wRC+, and accumulated more WAR that season. This goes without saying, but he was truly one of, if not the best hitter of his generation.

Miggy may not be what he once was, but Tigers fans should be grateful for him while he's still here. It may be hard to believe, but there's only about six weeks left in his career. Enjoy him while we have him.