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Cabrera won the first Triple Crown since 1967. He became the 15th player to win it, and it's just the 17th time it's been won in history.
Miguel Cabrera has won the Triple Crown.
Cabrera went 0-for-2 on Wednesday, but his effort during the first 161 games of the year was enough to clinch baseball's first batting Triple Crown since 1967.
Cabrera finished the regular season with a .330 batting average, 44 home runs and 139 RBI.
Texas outfielder Josh Hamilton went 1-for-5 with no home runs and three RBI. He finished the season with 43 HR and 128 RBI. Curtis Granderson came from behind to tie Hamilton at 43 HR after a two homer game before being pulled in the eighth inning.