Melky Cabrera spoke for the first time as a Toronto Blue Jay on Friday, saying he made a mistake with drugs last year.The MVP of last year's All-Star Game, Cabrera missed the end of the regular season and playoffs after being suspended 50 games by MLB after a positive test for testosterone.San Francisco left him off the postseason roster during its run to the World Series championship.Cabrera repeatedly said through a translator: "I made a mistake. I paid the price for it. I'm looking forward to 2013," adding that "my lawyers are dealing with MLB. [They] are going to be the ones making all the statements about last year."Cabrera led the NL in hitting at .346 when he was suspended Aug. 15. Per his request, MLB altered a rule and disqualified him from the batting title. The outfielder, 28, signed a two-year deal worth $16 million after the Giants let him go.Briefly Brewers: Ryan Braun said he would cooperate with MLB in its investigation of defunct Florida anti-aging clinic Biogenesis of America, but that he won't answer questions about his reported link to the clinic that's alleged to have supplied performance enhancing substances to several MLB players. Indians: First baseman Nick Swisher left spring training after the death of his mother.... Center fielder Michael Bourn signed his four-year, $48 million contract. Marlins: First baseman Casey Kotchman signed a minor-league contract and should be in spring training today. Nationals: Right-hander Jordan Zimmerman agreed to a one-year contract.