You refer to the Hadith books when they support your argument, but not when they don't. IOW, you are dishonest.Our prophet also showed Miracles, but we Muslims do not make so much hue and cry about it like Christians do, and miracles are not the true test for genuinity of a prophet.
But certainly our prophet showed many miracles and they are recorded in books of Hadith and transmitted in much better form.
The following passages are from the Qur'an, which is the ONLY source that you should rely upon, according to bmz.
And they that know not say,'Why does God not speak to us? Why does a sign (ayatun) not come to us?' So spoke those before them as these men say; their hearts are much alike. Yet We have made clear the signs (bayyanna al-ayati) unto a people who are sure. S. 2:118
Yet if thou shouldst bring to those that have been given the Book every sign (ayatun), they will not follow thy direction; thou art not a follower of their direction, neither are they followers of one another's direction. If thou followest their caprices, after the knowledge that has come to thee, then thou wilt surely be among the evildoers. S. 2:145
They also say,'Why has no sign (ayatun) been sent down upon him from his Lord?' Say:'Surely God is able to send down a sign (ayatan), but most of them know not.' S. 6:37
They have sworn by God the most earnest oaths if a sign (ayatun) comes to them they will believe in it. Say:'Signs (al-ayatu) are only with God.' What will make you realize that, when it comes, they will not believe? S. 6:109
They say,'Why has a sign (ayatun) not been sent down upon him from his Lord?' Say:'The Unseen belongs only to God. Then watch and wait; I shall be with you watching and waiting.' S. 10:20
The unbelievers say,'Why has a sign (ayatun) not been sent down upon him from his Lord?' Thou art ONLY a warner, and a guide to every people. S. 13:7