Miguel Cabrera has now accomplished a feat that has not been done in 45 seasons: win the Triple Crown. Cabrera becomes the first player since Carl Yastrzemski -- who won the Triple Crown in 1967 -- when he hit .326 with 44 home runs and 121 RBIs. This year the Tigers' third baseman hit .330 while clubbing out 44 home runs and driving in 139 RBIs. Cabrera set career highs in home runs and RBI's this season, and has won his second straight batting title. In the history of the MLB only 13 players have been able to complete the rare accomplishment. Cabrera marks the 14th player in history to win the Triple Crown. At only 29-years-old, this just marks another chapter in what is looking like a Hall of Fame career.