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 CINCINNATI (AP) -Right-hander Aaron Harang went on the bereavement list Thursday, leaving the Cincinnati Reds unsure of their weekend pitching plans.
The Reds completed a three-game series in San Diego with a 3-2 loss Wednesday night. Harang remained in San Diego to be with his ailing grandfather.
Cincinnati was off Thursday before opening a weekend series against the Cleveland Indians at Jacobs Field. Harang is scheduled to pitch Sunday. The Reds planned to fill his roster spot before the series opener Friday.

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