Diamond expects to make next start

Although he's been suspended for six games for throwing behind Rangers' slugger Josh Hamilton, Scott Diamond is expected to take the mound for his next scheduled start on Tuesday. Diamond has appealed the suspension, and is eligible to play until he has his appeal hearing.
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