Cabrera to return to action Friday

The Tigers decided Miguel Cabrera wasn’t quite ready for a return under the television lights Thursday night. But that should be the end of his wait.

With no full batting practice since taking a high-hopper to his right eye a week and a half ago, manager Jim Leyland and the team medical staff decided to give him one more day to catch up to game speed.

Instead, Cabrera will be back in the lineup Friday, when the Tigers visit the Orioles in Sarasota, Leyland said.

“I’ll play him the rest of the way out if he’s OK,” Leyland said.

Cabrera has missed nine games since the ball in question caused a non-displaced fracture to the orbital floor under his right eye. Doctors cleared him for activity Tuesday after a week of rest, and he began taking ground balls again Wednesday.


Does the time missed by Cabrera help Brandon inge at all? Brandon seems to be hitting the ball hard.

Hit into DP to end the game
Braves are looking for a 3b.

Brandon probably played his last game as a Tiger last year.

Optometrists are ODs – they have medical training but are not physicians. They’re trained in diagnosing and treating many eye-related diseases. They’re more likely to focus on routine eye care and vision testing for glasses or contacts.-

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