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• Wayne County prosecutors are reviewing a warrant request from the Detroit Police Department for possible charges against Tigers reliever Evan Reed, who is being investigated for an alleged incident involving a woman prior to Opening Day. Assistant prosecutor Maria Miller said in a statement released to local media that their office will be reviewing evidence, and that no decision is expected this week. Reed and the Tigers had no comment.

• Tigers reliever Luke Putkonen was scheduled to visit with Dr. James Andrews on Wednesday in Florida for a second opinion on his injured right elbow. Putkonen was shut down from his Minor League rehab assignment last week after experiencing continued discomfort in the elbow during a relief appearance.

Rick Porcello was scheduled to throw a light session of 15-20 pitches Wednesday morning to check on his health ahead of his scheduled start Saturday against Texas. Porcello had originally been on track on start Thursday, but his start was pushed back two days so that he could treat continued soreness in his left side.

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