SbB LIVE FROM LA (Mar 10, 2014 @ 2:29am ET)
8:00 PM: L.A. Dodgers player Juan Uribe got a bit of a surprise when teammate Hanley Ramirez jumped out of Uribe's covered-up locker room space.
7:45 PM: Former Detroit Lions RB Barry Sanders tweeted that he is "sending my thoughts and prayers" to the family of William Clay Ford, the Lions owner who died Sunday from pneumonia: "Mr. Ford was a visionary that will be missed by us all."
7:30 PM: WEEI reports Major League Baseball fined the Boston Red Sox a small amount for sending a "minor league" lineup to Thursday's spring training game against the Miami Marlins.
7:15 PM: NASCAR driver Brad Keselowski won Sunday's Kobalt 400 race in Las Vegas after Dale Earnhardt Jr. ran out of gas on the final lap.
7:00 PM: Wigan upset Manchester City 2-1 on Sunday to advance to the FA Cup semifinals, where they will face Arsenal. Wigan also defeated Manchester City in last year's FA Cup final.
6:45 PM: On Saturday, Chicago Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau called Miami Heat player LeBron James "an all-time great". On Sunday, Thibodeau's Bulls beat LeBron & the Heat 95-88 in overtime.
6:30 PM: Mercer clinched its first NCAA tournament berth in 29 years after defeating Florida Gulf Coast 68-60 on Sunday to win the Atlantic Sun tournament title.
6:15 PM: In its final ACC regular season game, Maryland upset #5 Virginia 75-69 in overtime on Sunday. The Terps are joining the Big Ten next season after 61 years in the ACC.
6:00 PM: Mike McCartney, agent for free agent running back Rashard Mendenhall, tweets that his client is retiring from the NFL: "Rashard will explain why in his own words very soon. Stay tuned."
5:45 PM: Calgary Flames center Matt Stajan has taken a leave of absence from the team following the death of his newborn son.
5:30 PM: Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman Jah Reid was arrested on battery charges stemming from a fight outside a bar in Key West, Florida early Sunday morning.
5:15 PM: Wichita State clinched an NCAA tournament berth by defeating Indiana State 83-69 on Sunday to win the Missouri Valley Conference tournament, the Shockers' first tournament title since 1987.
5:00 PM: Coastal Carolina defeated Winthrop 76-61 Sunday to win the Big South tournament and clinch its first NCAA tournament berth in 21 years.
4:45 PM: Boise State men's lacrosse coach Paul Rocchio was arrested as part of an undercover underage sex sting on Friday. Rocchio had been conversing online with what he thought was a girl under 16 years of age.
4:30 PM: Detroit Lions owner William Clay Ford, last surviving grandson of automaker Henry Ford, died Sunday at the age of 88 from pneumonia.