?Tennis players Brandon Allan and Cameron Boyd of Knoxville's Bearden High, from the Tennessee Class AAA state doubles championship match, after Boyd yelled, " Jesus Christ!" when he lost serve in the third set. According to Tennessee high school association rules, players can yell "Jesus!" or "Christ!" but not both.
?By NASCAR, online gambling site Sportsbook.com's proposed six-figure deal to sponsor Kenny Wallace's Winston Cup car. Wallace signed with C.F. Sauer Foods.
?By Braves third baseman Chipper Jones, that he'll give up chewing tobacco. His brother-in-law and his mother-in-law were recently found to have lip cancer and throat cancer, respectively.
?The White Sox' marketing slogan for 2001. Chicago p.r. director Scott Reifert acknowledged that "It's Time" was no longer an appropriate motto for a team that was 18-29 and in fourth place in the American League Central through Sunday. The Sox say they'll focus on promoting the Comiskey Park experience.
?The Turner Cup, emblematic of the International Hockey League title, by the Orlando Solar Bears, who may be the last champs in the history of the 56-year-old league. Six of the IHL's 11 teams reportedly are preparing to join the American Hockey League, helping create a single Triple A of minor league hockey.
?The ashes of former Orioles outfielder Curt Blefary, over the spot where home plate had stood at Baltimore's Memorial Stadium. Blefary, who played with the Orioles from 1965 to '68, died in January of pancreatitis at 57. Construction workers demolishing the old venue cleared debris and graded the home plate area so that Blefary's widow, Lana, could fulfill her husband's dying wish.