|MLB Career Stats||7106||1208||2283||405||1423||38||.321||.399||.963|
|Last 7 Games||26||1||9||0||2||6||5||0||.346||.469||.462|
|Last 15 Games||54||7||21||1||9||13||10||0||.389||.507||.519|
|Last 30 Games||106||16||40||4||22||22||19||0||.377||.488||.557|
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While scouts flocked to Tropicana Field to watch David Price pitch Tuesday in his final start before Friday's non-waiver Trade Deadline, Miguel Cabrera took another day of batting practice before the game, three-and-a-half weeks since he strained his left calf and landed on the disabled list.
The eventual return of injured Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera may still be several weeks away, but the slugger has begun taking his first set of steps toward playing again.