SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Melky Cabrera wants everyone to know just how sorry he is. Sorry for cheating, sorry for lying, sorry for letting down the San Francisco Giants and their supportive city.
Cabrera returned to AT&T Park with Toronto on Tuesday night for the first time since receiving a 50-game suspension last Aug. 15 following a positive testosterone test.
Calling last season's penalty "an ugly time for me and my family," Cabrera says he regrets using a performance-enhancing drug and missing out on winning the World Series with the Giants. San Francisco didn't add him to the postseason roster once he was eligible for the NL championship series.
Cabrera, the 2012 All-Star game MVP who had 51 hits in May, received his World Series ring when the Giants visited Toronto last month.