Detroit Tigers' Shane Greene to be activated after aneurysm scare

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Detroit Tigers' Shane Greene to be activated after aneurysm scare
Detroit Tigers' Shane Greene to be activated after aneurysm scare

SportsPulse: MLB insider Bob Nightengale discusses the MLB All-Star rosters and points out one glaring snub. ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Detroit Tigers closer Shane Greene has been given the green light to return after throwing off a mound for three days in a row. Greene will be activated from the 10-day disabled list before Friday's series opener against the Houston Astros, the team announced Wednesday. His expected activation means he was on the shelf for the minimum 10 days. To make room for him, the Tigers optioned right-hander Victor Alcantara to Triple-A Toledo. “I feel good,” Greene said before Wednesday's series finale against the Tampa Bay Rays. Greene threw in front of pitching coach Rick

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