Tigers' Cabrera Gets Record $292M, 10-year Deal

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The Detroit Tigers have agreed to pay Miguel Cabrera a baseball-record $292 million over the next 10 years. Cabrera has been voted AL MVP in each of the last two seasons and won the Triple Crown in 2012. (March 28)

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As a long time baseball fan(this opening day will be my 50th consecutive), I think this is the stupidest thing I have ever seen. What happens if he gets a career ending injury next year? What happens when all the other so-called super stars want the same deal. I am tired of taking my nephews to the game and having to pay well over $300.00. I paid fifty cents to sit in the bleachers at Connie Mack Stadium and could actually go around to the club-house after the game and talk to and get autographs from the players. In fact some of "lesser" players worked w/my father at the beer distributor. One night when my dad and I went to Shapiro's shoes in Philly, Richie Allen had just be called up and WAS CASHING HIS PAY CHECK in the store. The lawyers have ruined the game just as they have ruined everything else
By Jim Phillips last year