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July 30, 2013 at 1:00 am

Interactive: Tracking Miguel Cabrera's 2013 Triple Crown chase

Follow along the rest of the season here for updated stats for Cabrera and his chief competitor, Baltimore's Chris Davis.

    Statistics through Sept. 27: 2 games left

    Miguel Cabrera

    Detroit Tigers, 3B

  • .347 Batting average
  • 44 Home runs
  • 137 Runs batted in
    Statistics through Sept. 27: 2 games left

    Chris Davis

    Baltimore Orioles, 1B

  • .287 Batting average
  • 53 Home runs
  • 138 Runs batted in
Cabrera 2012 vs. 2013

The Tigers' Miguel Cabrera is actually having a better season in 2013 than he did in 2012, when he won the Triple Crown for the first time since 1967. His greatest competition in the home run race is Baltimore slugger Chris Davis. Below is a daily update at the 2013 Triple Crown race and a look at Cabrera's 2013 season compared to 2012 over ten-game increments.

  • Source:
  • Detroit News research
  • Note:
  • Games 91-100 in 2013 do not include games Miguel Cabrera missed due to an injury.

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