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AROUND THE HORN
Reds: ESPN obtained a notebook that shows Pete Rose bet on Reds games in 1986, his last season as a player. “Outside the Lines” said the U.S. Postal Inspection Service seized the book in 1989 from Michael Bertolini with 1986 betting records on Rose. An investigation by John Dowd concluded Rose bet on the Reds from 1985-87 while he was a player and manager. Rose repeatedly denied the allegations, then admitted in 2004 he bet on the Reds while he managed the team.
MLB: Former player Darryl Hamilton, a member of the Mets team that reached the 2000 World Series, was killed in a murder-suicide in a suburban Houston home, authorities said. Hamilton, 50, had worked for the MLB Network since 2013. Authorities said Hamilton was shot several times and that Monica Jordan, 44, died of a self-inflicted gunshot. Hamilton played for the Brewers, Rangers, Giants, Rockies and Mets, hitting .291 in 13 seasons. He retired in 2001.
All-Stars: Tigers 1B Miguel Cabrera has passed Eric Hosmer in All-Star voting, leaving Angels OF Mike Trout and seven Royals on track to start: C Salvador Perez, 2B Omar Infante, SS Alcides Escobar, 3B Mike Moustakas, DH Kendrys Morales and OFs Lorenzo Cain and Alex Gordon.
Diamondbacks: Struggling RHP Addison Reed, who lost the closer’s job and had been working as a short reliever, was sent down to Triple A. Reed is 2-2 with a 5.92 ERA.