July trade deadline isn't last chance for Tigers to boost run for playoffs
The Detroit News, Kurt Mensching
As counterintuitive as it sounds, the Tigers do not need to make a move before the July 31 trade deadline.
ESPN's Jim Bowden offers some names to look at if the Tigers' Jhonny Peralta is suspended without appeal for his reported connection to Biogenesis.
Jim Leyland says Miguel Cabrera might play in one of next two games, does not expect him to land on DL
MLive.com, Chris Iott
Leyland: "I can assure you he's not going to play both these games the next two days. He will not play both games. Will he play one? I can't answer that right now."
Detroit Tigers' Max Scherzer glad Ryan Braun was caught; Jhonny Peralta has no comment
Detroit Free Press, George Sipple
'There's so much player outrage towards him because of how brash he was against MLB and how brash he was in his defense,' Scherzer said.
Around the AL Central:
Chen serviceable in six innings only to have bullpen make things interesting. Offense was far from impressive in 3 - 2 win.
First miscue triggers first-inning ejection, and three more followed.
Elsewhere in baseball:
30 Fans from 30 Cities: A Story of Fan Loyalty on Vimeo
Every season, over a three day period, baseball fans converge from all across the world to celebrate the best players in baseball at the annual MLB All-Star Game.
Ryan Braun, Media Reaction, and Worshipping False Idols
This whole Ryan Braun situation both fascinates and angers me. But not for the reasons you may think.
Report: Alex Rodriguez not interested in deal with MLB
HardballTalk, Matthew Pouliot
USA TODAY's Bob Nightengale hears that Alex Rodriguez intends to go down swinging.
Brewers fans are still going to cheer when Ryan Braun does baseball-related things. This will seem confusing. Maybe this will help.
The promotion of two more prospects proves the Marlins continue to be run without a long-term plan.
Matt Kemp: ‘I didn’t win the MVP. I was second.’
Big League Stew, Mike Oz
As the fallout continues from Ryan Braun's suspension and his sort-of admission of PED guilt, the connection between Braun, Matt Kemp and their stellar 2011 seasons is one that is often resurfacing.