ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Michigan has suspended running back Fitzgerald Toussaint after he was arrested over the weekend on suspicion of drunken driving.
Saline Police Department Detective Don Lupi says Toussaint was stopped for a traffic violation in Ann Arbor on Saturday night around 11:45 p.m. He was arrested on suspicion of operating a vehicle while intoxicated and taken to the Saline Police Department, where Lupi says he tested over the legal limit during a breath test.
Michigan coach Brady Hoke says Toussaint "made a poor decision" and is suspended indefinitely.
Toussaint, a redshirt junior this upcoming season, rushed for 1,041 yards in 2011, finishing second on the team behind quarterback Denard Robinson.
Hernandez practices: Roberto Hernandez threw 30 pitches in the bullpen in his first team activity since rejoining the Cleveland Indians.
The right-hander, formerly known as Fausto Carmona, is serving a three-week suspension from Major League Baseball after it was discovered in January he had been playing under the assumed name since 2000.
Manager Manny Acta said Hernandez threw an assortment of fastballs, sinkers and sliders and that the 31-year-old would likely start a minor-league rehab assignment Thursday.
Tigers make trade: The Detroit Tigers made another aggressive move, acquiring second baseman Omar Infante and right-hander Anibal Sanchez from Miami in exchange for 21-year-old righty Jacob Turner and two minor leaguers.
The deal, which also includes a swap of 2013 draft picks, gives the Tigers a likely solution to their season-long problems at second base and adds another experienced arm to their starting rotation.
Dempster still with Cubs: Ryan Dempster was still in a Chicago Cubs uniform Monday night despite reports that the team had agreed to a trade that would send him to the Atlanta Braves.
The pitcher declined comment before Chicago's game against the Pittsburgh Pirates, and Cubs assistant general manager Randy Bush said: "There is nothing to report."
Dempster has the right to refuse any deal. A message posted Monday on the Twitter account for Dempster's foundation read: "THERE IS NO TRADE don't know where this info came from!"
Bobcats favored: Defending East division champion Ohio is the favorite to win this season's Mid-American Conference title. The Bobcats, who fell to Northern Illinois in last season's conference title game, were picked to finish ahead of Bowling Green and Miami in their division while Toledo was picked to top Northern Illinois and Western Michigan for the West division title in the annual preseason poll.
The MAC also announced an extension with Ford Field, the downtown home of the Detroit Lions, to host the conference title game through 2015 on Tuesday.
Rees apologizes: Quarterback Tommy Rees is apologizing to the police, Notre Dame and fans after pleading guilty to misdemeanor resisting law enforcement and illegal consumption of alcohol by a minor.
Reese issued a statement after entering his guilty pleas Monday. He says he accepts full responsibility for his actions May 3 when he was arrested outside an off-campus party in South Bend, Ind.
Nash's wait is over: The wait to land in a new city and with a new team is over for Rick Nash. Finally, after months of speculation, the high-scoring forward was dealt on Monday. And the destination was not a surprise.
He's gone from Blue Jacket to Blueshirt. Nash was traded from the Columbus Blue Jackets to the New York Rangers for three players and a first-round draft pick.
NHL negotiations: The NHL and the NHL Players' Association are set for another round of negotiations this week with the hope of establishing a new collective bargaining agreement before the current one expires on Sept. 15. Executive Director Donald Fehr says owners "have pointed us in a direction of some very tough hills to climb," with three days of talks set to begin Tuesday in Toronto. Fehr says the NHLPA is not yet prepared to make a counteroffer to the owners' initial proposal.
Fehr says the players will make their offer, "when we're ready."