9:00 PM: The Brooklyn Cyclones announce they will be "hosting a "Seinfeld Night" on July 5 to mark the 25th anniversary of the premiere of the show. Activities will include the renaming of foul poles as "Festivus Poles" and a Keith Hernandez "Magic Loogie" bobblehead giveaway.
8:45 PM: Washington Huskies receiver Damore'ea Stringfellow was sentenced to five days on a work crew & fined $693 after pleading guilty to assault charges on Wednesday. Stringfellow had attacked two Seattle Seahawks fans who were celebrating last February's Super Bowl win.
8:30 PM: Auburn athletic director Jay Jacobs tells Tigers fans he wants to see a "packed house" at Jordan-Hare Stadium for Saturday's ESPN-televised spring football game: "I want to leave no doubt with future recruits and their families that we have the greatest fans in the country."
8:15 PM: Cincinnati Reds pitcher Aroldis Chapman plans to throw in a second bullpen session on Thursday as he recovers from facial injuries suffered in a spring training game. Chapman threw 25 pitches in his first session on Monday
7:30 PM: A Tempe, Arizona police detective testified at a bail hearing Wednesday that DNA of former NFL defensive back Darren Sharper was found on the clothing of a woman Sharper is accused of drugging & sexually assaulting.
7:00 PM: Herb Kohl announced on Wednesday he has sold the Milwaukee Bucks for $550 million to New York hedge fund investors Marc Lasry & Wesley Edens. Kohl originally bought the Bucks in 1985 for $18 million.
6:45 PM: KBTX reports three Texas A&M football players - Howard Matthews, Edward Pope & Gavin Stansbury - were arrested on outstanding warrants after their car was pulled over in College Station early Wednesday morning.
6:30 PM: L.A. Clippers player Blake Griffin has been suspended from Wednesday's game against the Portland Trail Blazers after getting his 16th technical foul of the season during Tuesday's game against the Denver Nuggets.
6:15 PM: With the return of Todd Hoffner, Minnesota State football players refused to practice Wednesday as a show of support for coach Aaron Keen. Keen had replaced Hoffner after he was fired last year amid child pornography allegations, but an arbitrator ruled that Hoffner should be re-hired.
6:00 PM: Georgia Southern sophomore defensive end Deonte Dempsey was arrested after allegedly biting a police officer during a drug bust in Statesboro on Tuesday. Dempsey had to be subdued with a Taser and has since been suspended indefinitely from the team.
5:45 PM: A local animal rights group is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to arrests in the Sunday night shooting deaths of two horses in a pasture in Canton Township, Ohio. One of the horses was a therapy horse for a 19-year-old woman with severe autism & epilepsy.
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