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8 months agoDetroit Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera (biceps) was back in camp on Monday and took part in the full-squad workout after playing in just 38 games last season due to a torn biceps. The 36-year-old also missed significant time in 2017 with two herniated discs in his back that led to pain in his hips and legs. "My arm feels good," Cabrera said. "I don't have any issues right now. I have to worry more about my back to stay healthy." To keep the future Hall of Famer healthy all year, manager Ron Gardenhire wants to use Cabrera at designated hitter at least part time in 2019. While he is still a great hitter, his skills are starting to decline and he's no bet to stay healthy all year, which makes him more of corner infield depth in mixed leagues.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBaller
Source: MLB.com - Jason Beck

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