An MLB legend has said that the upcoming 2023 season will be his last.

The slugger for the Detroit Tigers said on Monday that he will call it quits after the 2023 season. This April, the future Hall of Famer will turn 40.

Cabrera was quoted by Jason Beck of as saying, "It seems a bit awkward to say that." I'm not going to say never, but I think I've had enough of baseball.

As the 2021 season came to a close, Cabrera hit his 500th home run and became the 3,000th player to do it. Considering that Albert Pujols has now retired, Cabrera is the active 

MLB leader in every single statistical category. Cabrera has been with the Tigers for the majority of his career, despite starting off with the Marlins. 

The 12-time All-Star won a Triple Crown, four batting crowns, and two MVP awards between 2011 and 2015.

Cabrera hasn't had a batting average above.300 since 2016, but he's still young. a slash line of.308/.384/.524

In 433 at-bats as a designated hitter in 2022, Cabrera hit.254/.305/.317 with five home runs.

He'll look to have a similar late-career surge as Albert Pujols, who got hot and hit 18 home runs after the All-Star break.