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Detroit first baseman Miguel Cabrera said he remains focused on baseball following the release of the police report detailing his February arrest on suspicion of drunken driving.
Miguel Cabrera was not on the travel roster for the Detroit Tigers' game Thursday night against the Florida Marlins, a day after authorities released new details about his arrest last month on suspicion of drunken driving.
The latest allegations of belligerent behavior by Miguel Cabrera won't change his status with the Detroit Tigers, general manager Dave Dombrowski said Thursday.