Detroit's Cabrera leaves game with cramp

DETROIT (AP) Detroit slugger Miguel Cabrera has left Sunday's game against Texas in the seventh inning with a right hamstring cramp.

Cabrera was visited by athletic trainer Kevin Rand at first base after singling in the seventh. The Tigers were down 12-2 at the time, and Cabrera was removed for a pinch-runner.

Cabrera was bothered last year by shin and groin injuries, and he had surgery in the offseason. He's been putting up his usual impressive numbers at the plate in 2014. He's hitting .322 with seven home runs and 42 RBIs on the year.

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