1. Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins picks up his hitting streak from last season at 36 games when Philadelphia plays the Cardinals on Monday. If Rollins can get a hit in his next eight straight games, he might actually get as much media attention as Anna Benson.
2. Benson filed for divorce from her husband, new Orioles pitcher Kris, because he reportedly cheated on her. When Benson pitched for the Mets, Anna said that if she ever caught her husband cheating, she would retaliate by sleeping with his teammates, coaches and even the team trainers. The divorce promises to be a complex legal battle. First an arbitrator must decide whether the cheating took place before or after Benson's trade from the Mets to the Orioles, then whether those retaliatory rights also transferred as part of the trade.
3. Holy Cow: Suburban Chicago police are searching for a bank robber who has been dubbed the "Harry Caray bandit." About 2:45 p.m. last Wednesday, a man walked into a bank in Palos Heights, Ill., wearing a baseball cap and thick-framed glasses like those worn by the late broadcaster. According to the Chicago Tribune, though, there is some dispute as to how old the man looked, with witnesses placing him somewhere in his 30s or 40s. Plus, not everyone thought he looked much like Caray besides the similar glasses. A spokesman for the FBI's Chicago office said he more resembled Buddy Holly. So Chicago-area 10 Spot readers, be on the lookout for someone who resembles either a deceased sportscaster or singer. He only made off with $2,000, so he couldn't have gotten that far.
4. Wrigley Field's new, expanded bleacher sections will be known as the Bud Light Bleachers after the team sold the naming rights for nearly $1 million a year. The Cubs pledge to use the extra revenue to sign new players who can one day break the fans' hearts.
5. Florida and UCLA will meet on Monday night in an unlikely NCAA championship game. Nobody would have bet on that matchup before the season started, not even Wayne Gretzky's wife.