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Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Miguel Cabrera says he would be killed if he returned to Venezuela

Major League Baseball players across the league have been vocal about Venezuela’s problems, widely opposing president Nicolas Maduro and attempting to raise awareness of the chaos back home however they can, from interviews to eye black to social media posts. Well, on Monday, Venezuela’s greatest ever player, Miguel Cabrera, uploaded to his Instagram “story” a series of thoughts about the unrest in Venezuela. He said he has to pay “protection money” to keep his mother safe and that he fears if he returns to his home county, ‘they’ll break me, they’ll kill me.” Via MLive, he said in Spanish, “I protest for truth, for the end of communism, and I am not with dictators. To the people of the resistance, you are not alone.” More…

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