SbB LIVE FROM LA (Mar 15, 2014 @ 9:47am ET)
9:00 PM: Hank, the stray dog who was adopted by the Milwaukee Brewers during their spring training in Phoenix, has been permanently adopted by a Brewers executive and will be moving to his new home on Sunday.
8:45 PM: Tennis coach Michael Mortensen said that he is no longer working for Caroline Wozniacki and that she is working more with her father: "I can't do much more right now. It's better if the two of them continue working alone."
8:30 PM: MLB.com's Cut 4 shares an animated gif of a fan in the outfield at Friday's Twins-Orioles game running away from a game-tying home run.
8:15 PM: Atlanta Braves outfielder Jason Heyward on Friday gave all his teammates PlayStation 4 video game consoles to thank them for winning the NL East title last season.
8:00 PM: The Seattle Times reports the Seahawks are raising ticket prices by 12 percent for the 2014 season.
7:45 PM: Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino says about one of the differences between himself & his son, Minnesota coach Richard Pitino: "He shops at Joseph A. Bank and I shop at Armani."
7:30 PM: Cornerback Charles Tillman tweeted on Friday after re-signing with the Chicago Bears: "Well I guess you guys are stuck with me for another year..."
7:15 PM: After recently breaking Cactus League single-game attendance records this winter, Cubs Park in Mesa set a new record with 15,191 fans at Friday's spring training game against the Dodgers.
7:00 PM: Sports Business Journal's John Ourand reports the Lakers' loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday had an 0.84 TV rating in Los Angeles, the lowest since the Lakers' last game of the 2004-05 season.
6:45 PM: A sports tribunal in Brazil has ordered soccer club Esportivo to play five home matches away from its home stadium after its fans made racist comments toward a referee during a March 5 match. The fans also reportedly vandalized & left bananas on top of the referee's car.
6:30 PM: Kristin Cavallari told Fox Business Network on Thursday that she & her husband, Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler, have decided not to vaccinate their children.
6:15 PM: Milwaukee Brewers manager Ron Roenicke said on Friday he wasn't sure when Francisco Rodriguez would be ready to play after the pitcher stepped barefoot onto a cactus on Tuesday.
6:00 PM: Former Carolina Panthers receiver Steve Smith has reportedly signed with the Baltimore Ravens in a three-year deal.
5:45 PM: Former Tennessee Titans & St. Louis Rams cornerback Cortland Finnegan has signed with the Miami Dolphins in a two-year deal.
5:30 PM: Doctors announced on Friday that former Buffalo Bills QB Jim Kelly has been diagnosed with a return of oral cancer.