Tigers' Miguel Cabrera locked and loaded, ready to get the ball rolling

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Tigers' Miguel Cabrera locked and loaded, ready to get the ball rolling
Tigers' Miguel Cabrera locked and loaded, ready to get the ball rolling

Lakeland, Fla. — Miguel Cabrera is ready. “I feel good,” he said. “I feel healthy. And I want to feel that in the season." Cabrera, who missed three-and-a-half months of last season with a ruptured biceps, whacked his fourth home run of the spring Saturday, in the Tigers' 8-7 Grapefruit League win over the Rays. “I needed to see some pitches, see a lot of pitches,” Cabrera said. “Just to figure out my strike zone and go from there.” The last two home runs he's hit have been pulled, with extreme force. The one Saturday, off a 92-mph fastball from Hunter Wood, landed at the back of the berm well beyond the left-center field wall. “He's hit a couple of home runs to right-center field, that's his

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