EXTRA BASES: Mike Trout of the Angels leads among American League outfielders in balloting for the July 14 All-Star game in Cincinnati, according to an update released by Major League Baseball on Monday. Trout, the reigning AL most valuable player, has 9,148,142 votes, which puts him ahead of Kansas City's Lorenzo Cain, who has 9,079,146 votes, and Royals teammate Alex Gordon (7,810,995). …. Manager Mike Scioscia did not mince words when asked, after ESPN's latest report regarding Pete Rose's gambling, whether he thought Rose belonged on the Hall of Fame ballot: "We've survived PEDs. This game will never survive gambling. Will never. So the fact of the rule is very clear. If there's an allusion that anybody in this game is making bets on performance, whether it's pro or con, baseball will just unravel. That's why the penalties are very stiff. And if all the allegations are true against Pete, that's the price he has to pay."