Motorboats with their engines on, from McCovey Cove during Giants games. The San Francisco Port Commission noted several near collisions as fans chased home runs hit into the water by Barry Bonds, and it feared that the pursuit could get even more treacherous as Bonds approaches 70. Nonmotorized vessels and motorboats with their engines off are still permitted.
By Florida circuit court judge Kevin Emas, that Christopher Calkin, the prosecutor who charged naval architect Dubravko Rajcevic with stalking Martina Hingis, answer questions about his relationship with Hingis and submit his phone records to the court. Rajcevic wants his conviction overturned, contending that Calkin had a conflict of interest because he was romantically involved with Hingis. Calkin has said he didn't begin dating Hingis until after Rajcevic was sentenced.
By General Motors vice president Michael Grimaldi, $1 million for acing the par-3 18th hole at Indianwood Golf & Country Club in Lake Orion, Mich., during a charity fund-raiser. Because G.M. policy prohibits employees from keeping prizes they've won while representing the company, the money will be given to charity.
By the Florida Marlins, applications for media credentials for the playoffs. Through Monday, Florida was II games under .500 and 14 back in the wild-card race.
To be alive, Chicagoan William Hill, 30, who underwent emergency surgery to repair a deteriorated heart valve that caused him to have a stroke. Doctors traced the cause to a bacterial infection that developed after the father of three had his tongue and lip pierced in an effort to look more like his idol, Dennis Rodman.