Ex-business partners of Major League Baseball player Miguel Cabrera have taken a swing at the Detroit Tigers star, claiming he and his business associates pushed them out of Florida snack manufacturing company Total Food Distributors Inc., known as Miggy Foods.

In a third-party complaint filed Thursday, husband-and-wife former minority shareholders of Miggy Foods, Daniel Satine and Yajaira Gonzalez, claim they were strong-armed into making Cabrera majority owner, then wrongfully fired from the company that makes children’s snacks called BitBits.

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