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A Crowning Glory for Tigers' Cabrera?

Julian H. Gonzalez/Detroit Free Press

Miguel Cabrera has a chance to become the first player to win the Triple Crown in back-to-back years. No one has come close -- unless you count Baltimore's Frank Robinson in 1967.

Robinson won the Triple Crown in 1966, and in midseason of 1967 he was making a strongRead Full Article »

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