Mark Buehrle, Jose Reyes, Josh Johnson, John Buck, and Emilio Bonifacio are heading north. The Miami Marlins made a big deal with the Toronto Blue Jays yesterday for three top prospects. Miami, in turn, will get Yunel Escobar, Adeiny Hechavarria, Henderson Alvarez, Anthony DeScalfani, Jeff Mathis, and minor-league pitcher Justin Nicolino and outfielder Jake Marisnick. The Marlins weren’t done there though. They are also sending the Jays $4 million to aid in the guaranteed monies the Toronto organization is assuming.
#9 Duke edged out #3 Kentucky in last night’s matchup. They held off the surging Wildcats with a score of 75-68. This was the first meeting of the two powerhouse schools since 2001.
#21 Michigan State upset #7 Kansas 67-64 on Tuesday night. Keith Appling caught fire in the second half of the game and lifted his team to their first win of the season.
#24 Cincinnati dominated Mississippi Valley State 102-60.
Xavier remains undefeated on the season, edging out Butler 62-47.
Former Seahawks tight end Jerramy Stevens was arrested on suspicion of assaulting U.S. women’s Olympic soccer player Hope Solo just a day before their walk down the aisle. He was released and not charged after the judge said that there was no evidence connecting Stevens to the assault. The story is pretty weird. When police arrived at the home they found several intoxicated people. Solo had a cut on her elbow, her brother had a blackened eye and multiple contusions, another woman had a hip injury, and Stevens had blood on his shirt and a contusion on his face.
Tomlin isn’t giving up much information on his quarterback that left Monday Night’s game with a shoulder injury. He is saying Roethlisberger’s shoulder is sprained and questionable for next week’s matchup with the Baltimore Ravens. Many others believe that the quarterback’s injury may be more serious than the Steelers have speculated.
Adrian Peterson’s resisting arrest charge has been dropped. During the offseason the Viking’s running back was arrested at a club. Many of us saw the viral video that someone in the club had released trying to prove Peterson’s innocence. The running back allegedly was asked to leave the club and pushed an off duty police officer while refusing to exit.
Better think twice before betting your friends when your favorite teams go head to head. A Texas A&M fan bet that his team would lose to Alabama in their first season of SEC play. A&M pulled out the win, though, and his punishment was a tattoo of the score on his butt.
MLB’s Managers of the Year were announced yesterday. Reds fans found themselves left out in the cold with Dusty Baker. Though, many thought he would be the man for the National League, he was passed over for Davey Johnson of the Nationals. The American League winner was Bob Melvin of the Athletics.
Topics: Adeiny Hechavarria, Adrian Peterson, Alabama, American League, Anthony DeScalfani, Bearcats, Bearcats Basketball, Ben Roethlisberger, Bob Melvin, Butler, Cincinnati, Cincinnati Reds, College Basketball, Davey Johnson, Duke, Dusty Baker, Emilio Bonifacio, Henderson Alvarez, Hope Solo, Jake Marisnick, Jeff Mathis, Jerramy Stevens, John Buck, Jose Reyes, Josh Johnson, Justin Nicolino, Kansas, Kentucky, Manager Of The Year, Mark Buehrle, Men's Basketball, Miami Marlins, Michigan State, Mike Tomlin, Minnesota Vikings, Mississippi Valley State, MLB, Morning Headlines, National League, NCAA, NCAAM, NFL, Oakland Athletics, Pittsburgh Steelers, Seattle Seahawks, Sports, Texas A&M, Toronto Blue Jays, UC Bearcats, University Of Cincinnati, Washington Nationals, Xavier, Xavier Basketball, Xavier Musketeers, Xavier University, Yunel Escobar