Report: Miguel Cabrera Pleads No Contest On DUI Charge

Friday January 6th, 2012

Detroit Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera pleaded no contest to the DUI charge he was given during Spring Training, according to Jon Morosi of Fox Sports.

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Cabrera was charged with driving under the influence as well as resisting arrest. The resisting arrest charge was dropped, according to Fox.

According to reports at the time, police approached Cabrera after spotting his vehicle on the side of the road, the All-Star first baseman was seen drinking Scotch out of a bottle, with bloodshot eyes, and slurred speech. Cabrera had previously spent three months in an alcohol abuse treatment center in 2009.

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