ESPN Fantasy Projection: Nothing good lasts forever. That's true even when speaking of Cabrera's dominance. One of the premier hitters of his generation, the future Hall of Famer's numbers have fallen off a cliff as he has progressed through his mid-30s. Sure, Cabrera can still swing the bat -- he hit .285 over the past two seasons -- but his power numbers have taken such a tumble that they're not even league average anymore. In fact, Cabrera's .116 ISO ranked seventh worst among qualified hitters last season, falling squarely between Lorenzo Cain and Hanser Alberto. Injuries certainly bear much of the blame, but given Cabrera's age and body type, he's unlikely to suddenly regain perfect health. The Tigers will continue to reserve a spot in the lineup for the veteran due to his large contract and on-base skills, but his days of being a reliable run producer are long gone.