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11:15 AM: Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari & Oklahoma football coach Bob Stoops stopped by Kentucky's football practice on Wednesday to visit with Wildcats coach Mark Stoops.

11:00 AM: Lorenzo McWilliams II became the third Eastern Kentucky football player arrested in connection with a March 30 dorm robbery.

10:45 AM: Yankees player Michael Pineda said about being ejected from Wednesday's game against the Red Sox after pine tar was found on his neck: "I know I made a mistake. I feel so sad today. It was a really cold night and in the first inning I (didn't) have a really good grip on the ball."

10:30 AM: Former LSU linebacker Tahj Jones was released from the hospital Wednesday two weeks after being shot in the abdomen. Former LSU player Brandon Winey has been charged with shooting Jones after both men went to visit the same woman.

10:15 AM: WATE-TV reports Coalfield (TN) High School baseball player Brent Keener was arrested on assault charges for punching an umpire following a game last Friday. Coalfield was also forced to forfeit its next two games after the incident.

10:00 AM: Minnesota Wild forward Matt Cooke has been suspended seven games by the NHL for kneeing Colorado Avalanche defenseman Tyson Barrie during Monday's game.

9:00 PM: Auburn football coach Gus Malzahn called a game of "hurry-up, no huddle bingo" while volunteering at a local nursing home Wednesday morning.

8:45 PM: A candy maker in Spain was arrested on charges of making drug-laced chocolates shaped like the FC Barcelona logo.

8:30 PM: Conrado Marrero, the oldest living former MLB player, died Wednesday at the age of 102 in Havana, Cuba. Marrero pitched for the Washington Senators in the 1950s.

8:15 PM: On Tuesday night's HBO Real Sports show, Bryant Gumbel said NCAA president Mark Emmert has "shown himself to be hopelessly tone-deaf" and has "added fuel to a wildfire that now seems certain to drastically alter, if not flat out destroy, the very system he fronts"

8:00 PM: After taking part in their training camp, former NBA player Tracy McGrady has been signed by the Sugar Land Skeeters minor league baseball team.

7:45 PM: After his dad Teemu Selanne was scratched from Wednesday's game, Eemil Selanne suggested that Anaheim Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau be reassigned to the AHL's Norfolk Admirals.

7:30 PM: The Chicago Plan Commission on Wednesday approved a $600 million McCormick Place development deal that includes a new basketball arena for the DePaul Blue Demons.

7:15 PM: Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder Mark Trumbo has been diagnosed with a stress fracture in his left foot, but is heading back to Phoenix to get a second opinion.

7:00 PM: Following Wednesday's game against the Nationals, the Angels will be taking a chartered Amtrak train from Washington to New York for Friday's game against the Yankees.

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