Chat with Miguel Cabrera

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Welcome to The Show! On Tuesday, Florida Marlins third baseman Miguel Cabrera will stop by to chat MLB and spring training.

In 2006, Cabrera, 23, became the third-youngest player to have three straight 100-RBI seasons, behind only Mel Ott and Ted Williams. He also finished with a .339 batting average, setting a team high, besting Luis Castillo's .334 in 2000. In four seasons in the major leagues, Cabrera owns a .311 average. He has cut down on his strikeouts the last three years, while increasing his batting average every year.

Cabrera was a member of the 2003 World Series Championship-winning Marlins team. He hit .265 in the postseason as a rookie with four home runs in 17 games.

Cabrera will be joining us as soon as he finishes up a chat with ESPNDeportes.com. You can go check out his Spanish chat. So, send in your questions now, then join Cabrera on Tuesday at approximately 7:15 p.m. ET!

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