Miguel Cabrera 1B/3B.. DET 10 Hrs

Cabrera underwent right ankle surgery Wednesday afternoon to remove bone spurs and to repair a stress fracture in the navicular bone in the top of his foot. He will be evaluated again in three months.

The bone spurs were a known issue that seemed to hamper Cabrera throughout the second half of the season, but the issue with the navicular bone adds a degree of complexity to the procedure that Cabrera underwent this week. That he'll be evaluated in late January prior to the start of spring training suggests that there's a possibility he won't be 100 percent when the Tigers report to Florida in February, as he may be very limited in his workouts in the coming months. Nevertheless, the procedure should offer some much needed relief with the ankle, following a season in which Cabrera hit .313/.371/.524 with 25 homers, 109 RBI and 101 runs scored.

Miguel Cabrera 1B/3B.. DET 10 Days

Tigers GM Dave Dombrowski said Tuesday that a final decision on ankle surgery for Cabrera has not been made, Chris Iott of MLive.com reports.

Bone spurs in the ankle limited Cabrera's mobility throughout much of the second half of the season, but it sounds like both Cabrera and the team are still weighing their options. Even if a cleanup procedure is ultimately deemed necessary, it likely wouldn't endanger Cabera's availability for the start of next season. The 31-year-old finished the 2014 campaign with a .313/.371/.524 batting line, 25 homers, 109 RBI and 101 runs scored in 159 games.

Miguel Cabrera 1B/3B.. DET 28 Days

Cabrera was 3-for-4 with two runs, two RBI, and a home run in a losing effort against the Twins on Friday night.

It's difficult to imagine a season with 25 long ones, 109 RBI, and a .315 average being a disappointment, but Cabrera sets the bar extremely high. He remains one of the premier hitters in the game and is likely to be an offensive juggernaut again next year.

Miguel Cabrera 1B/3B.. DET 1 Month

Cabrera was 4-for-5 with a double, a run and an RBI Wednesday in a loss to the Twins.

Cabrera continues to rake, much to the delight of his owners in the fantasy playoffs. The slugger is hitting .469 with six home runs in 64 September at-bats.

Miguel Cabrera 1B/3B.. DET 1 Month

Cabrera went 3-for-5 with a home run and three runs scored in the Tigers' 8-6 victory Monday.

Cabrera has been totally locked in this month, batting a robust .436 through 14 September games. The slugger has just 23 home runs this season, but has five this month and now has 102 RBI for the season.

Miguel Cabrera 1B/3B.. DET 2 Months

Cabrera is dealing with bone spurs in his ankle, Matthew Mowery of The Oakland Press reports.

Cabrera has been hampered by injuries for much of the season but has not revealed the specifics of his ankle issue. While the bone spurs likely won't keep him out for an extended period down the stretch, Cabrera and the Tigers' medical staff will need to decide whether offseason surgery will be necessary. That decision reportedly has not been made, and chances are that will remain the case until the end of the season. While bone spurs can be a crippling injury, Cabrera has been on fire of late, notching 13 hits, including four home runs, in his last six games.

Miguel Cabrera 1B/3B.. DET 2 Months

Cabrera went 2-for-4 with a pair of homers and three RBI in the Tigers' loss to the Giants on Saturday afternoon.

The multi-hit game was Cabrera's fifth in the last six contests, as the two-homer game was his second in a span of six days. With the Tigers in an unanticipated battle with the Royals for the division crown, Cabrera is unlikely to have the luxury of resting his variety of ailments in the coming weeks.

Miguel Cabrera 1B/3B.. DET 2 Months

Cabrera went 4-for-5 with two home runs, three RBI and four runs scored Monday against the Indians.

The Tigers exploded for 12 runs Monday and Cabrera was leading the charge. Even with his two homers in this game, Cabrera still only has 19 overall. Although his power numbers are down this season, he has still been very valuable with a .304 average and 94 RBI.

Miguel Cabrera 1B/3B.. DET 2 Months

Cabrera (ankle) is back in the lineup Monday against the Indians.

Cabrera was removed from Saturday's game after he aggravated a preexisting ankle injury. He missed Sunday's game as a result of the injury, and it was reported that he could miss four or five days with the injury, but he is back as the designated hitter while Victor Martinez will receive the start at first base.

Miguel Cabrera 1B/3B.. DET 2 Months

Cabrera (ankle) is out of the lineup Sunday against the White Sox, MLB.com's Jason Beck reports.

Cabrera's lingering right ankle injury forced him out of the second game of Saturday's doubleheader prematurely, and according to MLive.com's Chris Iott, the Tigers believe the issue could persist until the 2014 season comes to an end. After Saturday's game, manager Brad Ausmus acknowledged that he'd like to give Cabrera four or five consecutive days off to rest the ankle before the end of the campaign, though that might not be an option with the Tigers still fighting for their playoff lives. Even if he's forced to miss less time, it's clear at this point that Cabrera has been playing at diminished strength, as reflected by his numbers this season. He's in the midst of a 1-for-19 stretch at the plate that has dropped his season average to .299, the first time since 2008 that Cabrera has carried a .300 batting average after mid-May.