Detroit Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera moved into the top 50 of MLB‘s all-time home runs list Monday night, hitting a two-run homer off of Seattle Mariners pitcher Nathan Karns in the first inning of an eventual 8-7 Tigers victory, per ESPN Stats & Info.

Cabrera did the deed with a mammoth 454-foot blast to center field, giving him 423 career home runs, tied with Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre for 49th place on the all-time homers list.

It was his third long ball in the last five games, which followed a 14-game stretch in which he didn’t have any homers, though he still managed to keep his batting average right around .300 during that time.

In light of the recent hot streak, Cabrera’s season-long numbers are starting to look more like what is typically expected, with the 33-year-old Venezuelan slugger boasting a .309 batting average, .382 on-base percentage and .543 slugging percentage through 70 games.

He has 15 homers, 43 RBI and 40 runs, putting him on pace to finish the year with 33 home runs, 100 RBI and 93 runs.

Each of those numbers, while impressive by the standards of nearly any other player, would actually represent modest production for Cabrera, who already has nine 30-homer seasons to his name.

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