It’s hard to keep up with all that Miguel Cabrera is doing right now:

■ His homer in the first inning Thursday night put him one homer away from the Triple Crown lead. It was his 14th, one fewer than league leader Chris Davis of Baltimore, who hit his 15th on Thursday night.

Cabrera entered Thursday leading the league in hitting by 35 points, .387-.352 over Kansas City’s Alex Gordon. He led in RBIs by nine, 52-43, over Davis.

■ Cabrera entered Thursday night hitting .517 with runners in scoring position. That led the majors. Carlos Beltran of St. Louis was second at .485.

■ Entering Thursday, Cabrera had 52 RBIs in the Tigers’ 44 games. The last Tiger to have more RBIs at the 44-game mark was Hank Greenberg, with 55 in 1937.

Greenberg finished that season with 183 RBIs. That is the third most in a season behind Hack Wilson’s 191 in ’30 and Lou Gehrig’s 184 in 1931.

■ During his three-homer game Sunday night in Texas, Cabrera caught and passed Greenberg (331 homers) on the all-time homer list.

■ Entering Thursday, Cabrera was No. 100 on the all-time home-run list with 334. With his first-inning homer, he tied Darryl Strawberry for No. 99 at 335.

■ Among those Cabrera has passed on the career home-run list this season are Willie Horton, Lance Parrish, Hall of Fame catcher Gary Carter and Bobby Bonds (father of Barry Bonds, the all-time home-run leader).

■ Cabrera’s homer Wednesday night in Cleveland was his 196th as a Tiger, moving him past Kirk Gibson and into 10th place on the team’s all-time list. Bill Freehan is ninth with 200.

■ Oh, and in the seventh inning Thursday night, Cabrera scored his 1,000th career run. On almost exactly one-third of those, he drove in himself with a homer.