Found October 08, 2012 on NESN.com:
Rap-rocker Kid Rock is an avid Detroit sports fan. So it should come as no surprise that Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera's Triple Crown -- the first since 1967, when Carl Yastrzemski achieved the feat -- enthralled the musician. That's why the man otherwise known as Robert James Ritchie took a moment to shoot a video and personally congratulate Cabrera for finishing with 44 home runs, 139 RBIs and a .330 batting average over 161 games this season. After issuing a congratulatory statement, Kid Rock asked for the ultimate cherry on top -- a World Series win. Enjoy Kid Rock's infamous...
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