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Song Parodies -> "Miguel Cabrera gets Whacked"

Original Song Title:

"Zestfully Clean"

Original Performer:

Zest Soap Commercial

Parody Song Title:

"Miguel Cabrera gets Whacked"

Parody Written by:

Max Power

The Lyrics

Then on the comments section you get to see people whining about Yankees getting off easy and acted like Sanchez was the worst of the bunch while ignoring that it was Miguel Cabrera who started the ruckus which set off the brawl to begin with. Also, if the rumors of Pedro helping Severino during the off season is true, I appreciate what he did for him but as I recall, who was known for headhunting during his career?
Cabrera's smacked
That guy gets whacked

All those Yankees haters
They need to be tasored

Who start it?
Not Sanchez
Just watch it!

They both got banned
For some games...

*singing ends*

Also shut up Pedro.
With that said, the suspensions are fair enough.

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Jonathan - August 28, 2017 - Report this comment
I thought this was baseball, not hockey! 5s

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