MLB suspends Twins' Diamond 6 games following Rangers incident

Major League Baseball suspended Twins left-hander Scott Diamond for six-games on Friday, an action taken after Diamond threw behind Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton in the third inning of the team's loss to Texas Thursday. The suspension won't take effect immediately since Diamond has filed an appeal.
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Major League Baseball suspended Twins left-hander Scott Diamond for six-games on Friday, an action taken after Diamond threw behind Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton in the third inning of the team's loss to Texas Thursday. The suspension won't take effect immediately since Diamond has filed an appeal.

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