10:15 AM: Former NFL receiver Randy Moss tweeted from Los Angeles early Monday morning: "10th floor of a hotel an feeling a earthquake for the 1st time! Mommy"
8:00 PM: The Kansas City Royals' coaching staff on Saturday played a softball game against a Wounded Warriors team made up of veterans who had lost limbs while serving in Iraq & Afghanistan.
7:45 PM: Instead of joining his teammates & coaches in getting his head shaved Sunday, Tampa Bay Rays player Wil Myers found five fans who would get shorn instead and donated $500 toward pediatric cancer research.
7:30 PM: Former Seattle Seahawks & Denver Broncos offensive lineman John Moffitt was arrested on battery & drug possession charges after allegedly punching another man at a Chicago nightclub early Sunday morning.
6:15 PM: After a week serving as a San Francisco Giants hitting instructor, Barry Bonds said he would have enjoyed playing more than coaching: "It's hard to sit back and watch. When you're out there, the competitiveness in your brain comes out. So you want to get in there competing."
6:00 PM: The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette profiles Werner Ladders, a Greenville, PA-based company that serves as the Official Ladder of the NCAA Basketball Championship.
5:45 PM: Canadian women's Olympic goalie Shannon Szabados made her debut for the SPHL's Columbus Cottonmouths Saturday night, stopping 27 of 31 shots in a 4-3 defeat to the Knoxville Ice Bears. Szabados' jersey was auctioned off after the game for $2,400.
5:30 PM: Duke basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski said it was "ridiculous" and "shameful" that he got called for a technical foul for throwing a pen at the floor during Sunday's ACC tournament title game against Virginia.
5:15 PM: The Ottawa Senators thought goalie Robin Lehner held the puck long enough for a whistle before the Montreal Canadiens poked it away for the game-winner in overtime Saturday. But the Senators said the officials told them there was no whistle because Montreal's Bell Centre was too loud.
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