Just a day after stating that he was not sure if his health would allow him to return for another year, tigers Striker Miguel Cabrera put things right in his plans for 2023, says the Detroit news He intends to return for the twenty-first season.
Cabrera’s confirmation comes after he told reporters Thursday that he has been struggling with the financial losses of another year in baseball. At 39, the 12-time All-Star hinted that he was dealing with persistent knee issues that left him unsure of his body’s ability to handle another season.
“I don’t feel good now,” Cabrera said, According to Evan Petzold of Detroit Free Press. “I’m trying to do everything I can to go out there and play, but I’m not feeling well at the moment.”
But Cabrera made it clear on Friday that he intends to return for another year and fulfill his contract with the Tigers.
He said, “I will not retire.” News. “Not until after next year when my contract expires. They didn’t understand what I said. No way will I quit.”
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Cabrera, who has spent the past 15 years in Detroit, was a special pick for this year’s All-Star Game, along with fellow future Hall of Famer Albert Pujols in the National League. In 92 games this season, he hits .268/.317/.332 with four home runs and 36 RBI.
However, in recent weeks, the AL MVP who has twice earned his numbers has seen the dive. In his last 21 games, the veteran hitter has only scored 0.131 with three additional key strokes.
However, Cabrera is determined to terminate his contract with the Tigers, which is set to pay him $32 million next season. He will turn forty in April.
“Next year will be much better,” Cabrera told the newspaper. “I will be there next year.”
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