Tigers legend Miguel Cabrera to retire following the upcoming 2023 season

Future Hall of Famer and current Detroit Tigers legend Miguel Cabrera recently announced that the upcoming 2023 season will be his last.

Cabrera will turn 40 years old in mid-April and will be entering his 16th and final season with the Tigers organization.

During his 20-year career, the native of Venezuela has compiled a .308 batting average to go along with 507 home runs, 1,874 runs batted in, 12 All-Star appearances, 2 MVPs, 1 Triple Crown (2012), and 1 World Series ring (2003 with Florida).

Cabrera spent five seasons with the Florida Marlins organization before being traded to the Tigers back in early December of 2007.