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Topic - Tony Armas
Armas said Cabrera has shown his prowess by frequently knocking the ball out of Detroit's Comerica Park, and has also shown a commitment to his team.
"He's a simple kid, always willing to cooperate with his team no matter where they put him. He just wants to play," Armas said, noting that Cabrera moved from first base to third base during the season to make way for Prince Fielder.