Cabrera had to pay $1,436.23 in fines and court costs, as well as a year probation a six-month suspension of his driver's license, 50 hours of community service and he will ahve to attend DUI school.
His attorney, Michael Kessler, said in a statement, "Miguel Cabrera is determined not to allow this to go on any further. He wants this behind him before the start of spring training."
Cabrera, 28, was arrested last February on his way to spring training. After serving a short suspension, was ready for the regular season and recorded his first batting title, hitting .344/.448/.586 with 30 home runs and 105 RBI, finishing fifth in MVP balloting.For more baseball news, rumors and analysis, follow @EyeOnBaseball on Twitter, subscribe to the RSS feed and "like" us on Facebook.