Miguel Cabrera joining Tigers’ front office as special assistant to Scott Harris after retiring

Miguel Cabrera joining Tigers’ front office as special assistant to Scott Harris after retiring

DETROIT — Miguel Cabrera’s next chapter is official.
Following the conclusion of his playing career this weekend, Cabrera will become a special assistant to Scott Harris, the Tigers’ president of baseball operations. The Tigers announced the news Friday, before the start of Cabrera’s final series at Comerica Park.
“It’s been incredible to watch Miggy passing names on all-time leaderboards, but even more impressive to see how he’s handled the attention behind the scenes,” Harris said. “It’s no secret that the personal spotlight isn’t super comfortable to Miggy, and…


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