Found May 14, 2013 on Minus Twenty-Two:
Ex-Giants outfielder and budding web developer Melky Cabrera finally received his 2012 World Series ring (pictured above) in a private meeting with Bruce Bochy prior to the Giants’ tilt with Cabrera’s new team, the Blue Jays, in Toronto on Tuesday. Just to jog your memory: after a hilarious and disgraceful steroid suspension, Cabrera played in as many playoffs games last year as the guy with a pet rat begging for your money over by the cable car turnaround on Powell Street. [photo via Jose Bautista]
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