Miguel Cabrera hit two mammoth home runs to center field, leading the Tigers to a 4-3 victory over the visiting Yankees on Saturday.
Cabrera finished the night 3-for-4, upping his average to .323 for the season to go along with his 11 homers and 44 RBI. His homer off of Hiroki Kuroda in the fourth was a towering blast to center field, while his shot off of Cory Wade in the eighth traveled into the camera well in the deepest part of center. He became the first player in the history of Comerica Park to hit two home runs to center field in the same game. He’s clearly one of the truly elite hitters in the game today and should finish the season with close to a .330 average, 35 homers and 110 RBI.