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Melky Cabrera will receive his World Series ring this week when the San Francisco Giants make a two-game interleague stop in Toronto to face his Blue Jays.
San Francisco manager Bruce Bochy said Sunday he intends to speak with Cabrera and thank him for his contributions to the reigning World Series champions. Cabrera was suspended for 50 games last Aug. 15 for a positive testosterone test.
''I'm appreciative of him being here and playing hard every day,'' Bochy said Sunday. ''What's happened, happened. That's behind us. I do know he's a good person, he is, and he was a good teammate. I will thank him for that.''
Bochy will present Cabrera with his sparkly Tiffany & Co. ring, probably before the series opener Tuesday night.
Cabrera was the MVP of last year's All-Star game. He was batting an NL-leading .346 with 11 home runs and 60 RBIs over 113 games in his first season with San Francisco when he was suspended. He asked MLB ...
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The San Francisco Giants lost Melky Cabrera to a swarm of controversy during the 2012 regular season.
They will extend the ultimate olive branch to Cabrera on Tuesday when they play his new team the Toronto Blue Jays.
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Whether you agree with the decision or not former San Francisco Giant and current Blue Jay Melky Cabrera will in fact receive a world series ring despite having no actual contribution in the Series due to a suspension over use of a banned substance.
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