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Rockies SS accused of domestic violence

HONOLULU — Rockies shortstop Jose Reyes was arrested after an argument with his wife that police said turned physical at a resort in Hawaii.

Maui police said in a statement Tuesday that Reyes' wife was treated by medics at the scene then transported to a hospital for treatment.

Reyes was issued a warning citation to have no contact with his wife for three days after the arrest on Oct. 31.

Reyes, 32, posted $1,000 in bail and was released.

The Rockies said in a statement late Monday that they were "extremely disappointed and concerned to learn of the allegations involving Jose Reyes." The league said Tuesday it has started to look into the "facts and circumstances."

Major League Baseball officials and the players union agreed in August on a new comprehensive policy concerning domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse. The agreement followed a series of high-profile domestic violence cases involving NFL players.

EX-PITCHER DIES: Former Braves right-hander Tommy Hanson, who looked like a future star just five years ago, died late Monday after suffering catastrophic organ failure. He was 29. Mr. Hanson had been hospitalized in Atlanta since Sunday morning after having difficulty breathing. He was 49-35 with a 3.80 ERA over five seasons, his first four with the Braves, before shoulder problems and a concussion stalled his career.

ROSE DECISION: Commissioner Rob Manfred remains on track to decide Pete Rose's application for reinstatement by the end of next month. Then Reds manager, Rose agreed in 1989 to a lifetime ban from baseball after an MLB investigation concluded he bet on games involving the Reds while managing and playing. Rose applied for reinstatement in September 1997 and met with commissioner Bud Selig in November 2002, but Selig never ruled on Rose's application.

PITCHER HAS SURGERY: Cardinals right-hander Lance Lynn had surprise Tommy John surgery and will be sidelined all of next season. Lynn, 28, missed a couple of starts in June with a forearm strain.

WHITE SOX: Former Cubs manager Rick Renteria was hired as bench coach.

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