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Selected to the American League All-Star Team in 2016 through the player balloting -- marked his 11th career All-Star selection and his seventh as a member of the Tigers…his seven All-Star selections are tied with Jim Bunning for the fourth most in franchise history and he became the first Tigers position player to go to seven straight All-Star Games since Bill Freehan, who went to 10 straight All-Star Games from 1964-73... Tied for the American League lead with 15 intentional walks, while he was second with a .563 slugging percentage, fourth with a .316 batting average, fifth with a .393 on-base percentage, sixth with 335 total bases, tied for sixth with 188 hits and 108 RBI and tied for eighth with 38 home runs... Won his seventh Silver Slugger Award and his fifth in the American League...Selected to The Sporting News' American League All-Star squad... Named the Tigers nominee for the 2016 Hank Aaron Award and the 2016 Roberto Clemente Award...Belted 38 homers in 2016, marking his 10th season with 30-or-more homers (last, 2013) and his seventh season with at least 30 homers as a Tigers…his seven seasons with 30-or-more homers are the most in Tigers history... Finished the season with 108 RBI, marking the 12th time in his career and the eighth time with the Tigers that he has driven in 100-or-more runs in a season -- his 12 100-RBI seasons are tied with Manny Ramirez, Barry Bonds and Al Simmons for the sixth-most in MLB history, while his eight 100-RBI seasons with Detroit are tied with Harry Heilmann for the most in club history...Had a career-high six multi-homer games during the season, hitting two homers on April 25 vs. Oakland, May 20 vs. Tampa Bay, May 23 vs. Philadelphia, July 31 vs. Houston, September 5 at Chicago (AL) and September 30 at Atlanta…now has 39 multi-homer games in his career and 30 with the Tigers, which are the second-most in franchise history, trailing only Hank Greenberg (32)... Recorded six four-hit games during the season and now has 45 in his career, which is tied with Doc Cramer, Goose Goslin, Tony Gwynn, Derek Jeter and Pie Traynor for 24th in MLB history... Named AL Co-Player of the Week for the week ending May 22 after hitting .500 (11x22) with six runs scored, one triple, three home runs and six RBI during the week -- marked his 14th career Player of the Week honor (last, April 13, 2015)...Hit the 500th double of his major league career on May 23 vs. Philadelphia - became the 62nd player in MLB history to reach the 500 double mark...Selected as the Tigers Player of the Month for May after batting .333 (34x102) with 16 runs scored, three doubles, one triple, eight home runs and 20 RBI -- ranked tied for fifth in the American League with eight homers during May...Had a 10-game hitting streak from May 30-June 8 -- batted .293 (12x41) with four runs scored, three doubles, one home run and five RBI during the streak... Played in the 2,000th game of his major league career on June 12 at New York (AL), becoming the sixth Venezuelanborn player to appear in 2,000 major league games... Drove in the 1,500th run of his career on July 22 at Chicago (AL) -- according to the Elias Sports Bureau, Cabrera, at 33 years old, became the fifth-youngest player at the time of his 1,500th RBI, trailing Jimmie Foxx, who was 30, and Lou Gehrig, Alex Rodriguez and Mel Ott, who were each 32... Hit a go-ahead solo homer with two outs in the ninth inning on July 27 at Boston -- marked his 14th career go-ahead homer in the ninth inning-or-later (last, May 13, 2014 at Baltimore)…according to the Elias Sports Bureau, the only other active major league players with at least 14 go-ahead homers in the ninth inning-or-later are David Ortiz, Albert Pujols and Adrian Beltre... Selected the Tigers Player of the Month for July after hitting .314 (27x86) with 14 runs scored, three doubles, five home runs and 15 RBI - ranked eighth in the AL with a .412 on-base percentage during the month... Recorded his 1,000th RBI in a Tigers uniform on August 18 vs. Boston with a RBI single in the eighth inning -- became the 11th player in franchise history to record 1,000 RBI…according to the Elias Sports Bureau, Cabrera, who had 523 RBI with the Marlins, became the seventh player in MLB history to drive in 500 runs for one team and 1,000 for another, joining Jimmie Foxx (Athletics/ Red Sox), Frank Robinson (Reds/Orioles), Barry Bonds (Giants/Pirates), Ken Griffey Jr. (Mariners/ Reds), Rafael Palmeiro (Rangers/Orioles) and Alex Rodriguez (Yankees/Mariners)... Drove in the 1,003rd run of his Tigers career on August 29 vs. Chicago (AL), tying Alan Trammell for 10th place in franchise history...Hit his 300th home run as a member of the Tigers in the first inning on September 5 at Chicago (AL) -- became the fourth player in club history to hit 300 home runs, joining Al Kaline (399), Norm Cash (373) and Hank Greenberg (306)…also became the third active player to hit 300 home runs with one team, along with Boston's David Ortiz and Philadelphia's Ryan Howard... Drew the 1,000th walk of his major league career on September 10 vs. Baltimore... Recorded the 2,500th hit of his major league career on September 18 at Cleveland with a single in the third inning -- Cabrera, at 33 years, 153 days old, became the fourth-youngest player since 1900 to reach 2,500 hits, trailing only Ty Cobb (31 years, 242 days), Rogers Hornsby (33 years, 10 days) and Hank Aaron (33 years, 127 days)...Hit his 307th and 308th home run as a Tiger on September 30 at Atlanta, passing Hank Greenberg (306) for third place in club history... Finished the season on a 10-game hitting streak from September 22-October 2 -- hit .436 (17x39) with eight runs scored, two doubles, four home runs and 14 RBI during the streak... Named the American League Player of the Week for the week ending October 2 after hitting .565 (13x23) with six runs scored, one double, four home runs and 13 RBI -- marked his 15th career Player of the Week honor... Selected the American League Player of the Month for September/October after batting .349 (37x106) with 20 runs scored, four doubles, 10 home runs and 27 RBI -- ranked third in the AL with a .439 on-base percentage and .670 slugging percentage during the month, while he was tied for third with 37 hits and 27 RBI, tied for fourth with 10 home runs, sixth with a .349 batting average and tied for sixth with 20 runs scored…marked his sixth career player of the month award.


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