The Tigers are considering signing first-base coach Omar Vizquel to play shortstop for them -- or not, as ESPN's Jayson Stark reports. But given their shortstop issues, they've discussed it, or at least joked about the possibility of signing the 46-year-old. Vizquel "could probably handle it," says manager Brad Ausmus. "I don't know if he could play 150 games. But he could probably be a platoon shortstop if he got himself in shape. He certainly still has the hands." Here are more notes from around the big leagues. The Braves' starting pitcher injuries have put them in a tough spot,...

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