Fish have become unexpected wild-card threat

Originally Published: August 29, 2006
By Enrique Rojas | ESPNdeportes.com

MIAMI -- With the Marlins surging and very much in the mix in the National League wild-card race, Miguel Cabrera is turning South Florida into a dangerous place for visiting teams.

The Marlins' third baseman has become an unstoppable force for opposing pitchers, especially at Dolphins Stadium, as he competes for the National League batting title and keeps Florida in the hunt for the postseason.

Cabrera, 24, is hitting .400 in August to raise his average to .340 for the year, behind ...

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