Detroit Tigers infielder Miguel Cabrera won a Triple Crown for the first time in 45 years.
He marked a remarkable .330 average, 44 home runs, and 139 RBIs this year. So far, the feats had been performed only 16 times in the MLB history. For the Tigers, he's the second winner after a legendary batter Ty Cobb.
Despite the tough competition with Rangers' Josh Hamilton and Angels' Mike Trout, he finally achieved the great accomplishment. He also made a huge contribution to the Tigers' win in the American League Central title.
Miggy, still 29, will continue to create outstanding records and someday definitely be elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame.