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Tribe News and Notes, July 12, 2012

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KANSAS CITY, MO - JULY 10:  National League All-Star Pablo Sandoval watched the game. He had to. Fewer people than ever who didn't have to chose not to watch.
KANSAS CITY, MO - JULY 10: National League All-Star Pablo Sandoval watched the game. He had to. Fewer people than ever who didn't have to chose not to watch.

Not much Tribe news over the ASB, but plenty of baseball news. Starting with the Tribe:

Indians aim to keep the pressure on in the American League Central | indians.com: News

MLB.com beat writer Jordan Bastian's first-half wrap-up.

Cleveland Indians prospect Russ Canzler bounces back from spring struggles as he hopes for a big-league shot | cleveland.com

If Russ Canzler is the answer, what is the question?

TV ratings, drug testing, the Rolling Stones and more after the jump.

MLB may test for HGH in-season next year - MLB - SI.com

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Major League Baseball could start in-season testing for human growth hormone next year.

Interleague rivalry games to be cut back in 2013 - MLB - SI.com

Fewer games with the Reds? I'm OK with that.

Baseball All-Star Game Again Brings Fox Record Low TV Ratings - Businessweek

Did you watch the All-Star Game? You were one of the few.

Rolling Stones celebrate 50 years of raucous rock'n'roll - CNN.com

In 1962, fifty years ago today, when the Rolling Stones played their first show, it had been14 years since the Indians had won a World Series.