Miguel Cabrera Not Having Contract Extension Discussions
Third baseman turned back to first baseman Miguel Cabrera has two years remaining on his contract. It seems like he’s not worried about his long-term future as of yet. The superstar slugger told reporters that he hasn’t talked to his agents about a contract extension with the Tigers.
Cabrera said there is nothing going on in terms of talks right now or even moving forward. The Tigers have a more-important pressing matter in terms of contracts and that’s Max Scherzer, who will be entering into his final year on his deal in 2014.
It’s probably a good thing that Cabrera isn’t concerned about his future. He knows he’s the best hitter in the game right now, so he’ll be taken care of greatly. The Tigers are a first class organization who understand that a deal will be talked about at the appropriate time.
Cabrera, who will turn 31 in April, won baseball’s triple-crown back in 2012 and has garnered two consecutive MVP awards. He also has three AL batting titles to his credit.
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