The Canadian Baseball League will begin play next May in eight cities. And you know what's sad? In that league the Expos would still be considered a small-market team.
JAZZ RETIRES JEFF HORNACEK'S NUMBER 14
Hornacek was the fourth player to be honored, joining Darrell Griffith, Mark Eaton and Pete Maravich. This is all so political. Griffith and Eaton, sure, but Maravich?
Jazz owner Larry Miller might sell the team's nickname back to New Orleans. He hasn't named a price, but he'll subtract a couple of zeros if they take Greg Ostertag.
And this just in: An unidentified NBA player came home to his wife, had dinner and went to sleep.
WINSTON CUP CHAMP TONY STEWART VISITS THE WHITE HOUSE
It went well. He shook hands with President Bush and shoved only three Supreme Court judges.
FLORIDA PANTHERS ENFORCER PETER WORRELL SENTENCED TO 10 DAYS AFTER PLEADING GUILTY TO DUI
Of course, Worrell likes to think of it as 2,880 five-minute majors.
It's not all bad news for the Panthers. At least Mike Keenan's doghouse has an ocean view.
FORMER CBS TOP EXEC QUITS AUGUSTA