Baseball's Triple Crown hitters

Published: 12:59 PM EDT Oct 03, 2012   Updated: 11:15 PM EDT Oct 03, 2012

Miguel Cabrera of the Detroit Tigers captured baseball's first hitting Triple Crown since 1967. Here are the other 14 hitters who have won the crown before him.

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Miguel Cabrera of the Detroit Tigers became the first player to win baseball’s triple crown since 1967. Cabrera finished the regular season leading the American League in batting average, home runs and runs batted in.


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