Tigers' Cabrera exits early with hamstring injury

 

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Detroit Tigers third baseman Miguel Cabrera left Sunday's game against the Boston Red Sox with tightness in his left hamstring.

Cabrera poked a single out to left in the sixth inning and was immediately replaced by Don Kelly.

Cabrera is considered day-to-day.

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