Found January 29, 2013 on It's Always Sunny in Detroit:
The 2011 and 2012 American League Most Valuable Players, Justin Verlander and Miguel Cabrera, were two of four Tigers players who rode around in luxury cars during North American International Auto Show this past weekend. After the parading around completed, Cabby, JV, Phil Coke and Torii Hunter took the stage for a little Q&A with Fox Sports Detroit’s Rod Allen. The highlight (from MLive) Cabrera doing his best Verlander on days that the Sir Nasty takes the bump.  He led in with that when Verlander pitches, he doesn’t “talk to ANYbody.”
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