Miguel Cabrera, a baseball player for the Detroit Tigers, may not report on time today for the start of spring training, after his arrest late Wednesday on suspicion of drunken driving in Florida.

Also, Cabrera probably won't be cleared to take the field until a doctor examines him and prescribes a course of treatment.

Late Wednesday, Cabrera was spotted by a deputy alongside a road in Fort Pierce with a car that had a smoking engine. Cabrera, who smelled of alcohol, refused to take a breath test.

Following that, he was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and resisting an officer without violence.

Cabrera, who hit .328 with 38 home runs last year and finished second in the American League most valuable player vote, was released Thursday morning after issuing a bond worth $1,350.

In 2009, the Detroit Tigers star was arrested for getting into an argument with his wife after drinking heavily, shortly before his team lost a key game.