Originally posted on It's Always Sunny in Detroit  |  Last updated 4/29/13
ANDRE J. JACKSON/Detroit Free Press Miguel Cabrera’s bat never really cools off.  The guy only hit .330 last year with 44 home runs and 139 RBIs.  This year, he’s on pace to hit .375 with (only) 20 home runs and a ridiculous 176 RBIs.  But should he go hitless and think his bat needs a little pick-me-up, he now has the cure. Cabrera launched his own line of salsa – Miggy’s Salsa – Monday at Meijer in Livonia, Michigan on Monday. Part of the proceeds from the salsa will go to Cabrera’s foundation to benefit children and community-based baseball programs in both Detroit and Venezuela. “To help my foundation to raise money to help the kids keep in the games,” Cabrera said of his reason for launching the salsa line. “We hope to help a lot of people, so thank you very much for the support. We follow through; work together.”
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