SbB LIVE FROM LA (Jul 28, 2014 @ 12:45pm ET)
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12:30 PM: Lowell Spinners owner Drew Weber lost his 2013 Boston Red Sox championship ring at a Manhattan restaurant, but it was found & returned by restaurant owner & Yankees fan Luigi Militello.

12:15 PM: ? and The Mysterians' 1966 hit "96 Tears", which was recorded in Bay City, Michigan, will be honored as the city's official rock & roll song in a ceremony scheduled for August 14.

12:00 PM: After offensive lineman Jason Pinkston tweeted to let the Cleveland Browns explain his absence from training camp, the Browns released a statement Monday saying that Pinkston "has not been medically cleared to participate".

11:45 AM: In the final sporting event to be held at Candlestick Park Sunday, Atletico Madrid defeated the San Jose Earthquakes 4-3 in a shootout in front of 15,556 fans.

11:30 AM: A mob of 150 people in Gujranwala, Pakistan attacked a group of a separate Muslim sect and killed a woman & her two granddaughters over accusations of a "blasphemous" post on Facebook.

11:15 AM: After having three days to do so, Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice did not appeal his two-game suspension for assaulting his fiancee.

11:00 AM: One person died and seven others were injured when a rare lightning storm struck Venice Beach, California for 15 minutes Sunday afternoon.

10:45 AM: Maria Sharapova's boyfriend Grigor Dimitrov withdrew from this week's Citi Open in Washington, DC due to the flu & a sinus infection.

10:30 AM: The Albuquerque Isotopes & Reno Aces cleared the benches twice & ended up brawling during Saturday's game. Nine players & Aces manager Phil Nevin were ejected, as the Aces would go on to win 7-3.

10:15 AM: The L.A. Times reports a group of Southern California lawmakers want the FCC to help broker a deal to get the Dodgers' Time Warner Cable SportsNet LA channel on more local TV providers.

10:00 AM: Former Marshall County (Kentucky) High School football coach Ron Barnard has been indicted on sexual abuse & child pornography charges, and officials believe Barnard's abuse may have spanned two decades.

8:00 PM: British Royal Marine turned judo competitor Chris Sherrington, who won gold at this year's Commonwealth Games, credits the sport for saving him from stress & alcohol problems he dealt with after his 2005 tour in Iraq.

7:45 PM: The Syracuse Post-Standard profiles Bob Southworth, who will be serving his 50th season as Corcoran High School baseball coach next spring.

7:30 PM: About 2,500 people paid $50 to $75 each to take part in a U.S. version of the Running of the Bulls at the Alameda County Fairgrounds in Pleasanton, California on Saturday.

7:15 PM: After Oklahoma's Bob Stoops sarcastically called Texas A&M's non-conference schedule "a bunch of toughies", Aggies coach Kevin Sumlin responded: "Coach Stoops has the right to say whatever he wants. But if he'd like to play again we'd take him up on that."

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