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Amount won by 11-year-old Nate Smith for making an 89-foot hockey shot between periods of a youth charity game in Minnesota last week. The prize is being disputed, however, after organizers learned that Nate's twin brother, Nick, had in fact drawn the raffle ticket to take the shot.
Funds raised by teammates in a passed baseball hat to hire a plane to fly Indians third baseman Jack Hannahan, following a game in Boston, to Cleveland, where his wife was giving birth. (Hannahan's annual salary is $500,000, just above the MLB minimum.)
Career home runs hit by the Rockies' Todd Helton on the date Aug. 20, after he went yard last Saturday, tying him with Al Simmons and Derrek Lee for the most birthday bombs in MLB history.
Athletes who appeared last week on the Miami New Times' list of 10 Cheapest Celebrity Tippers—Tiger Woods (No. 1) and LeBron James (4)—the same athletes who appeared in a Reuters poll of the 10 least- trusted celebrities.
Number of people from June's post--Stanley Cup riots in Vancouver who have been charged, according to the Toronto Star, despite the fact that 268 suspects have been identified, 41 people turned themselves in and 100 more were arrested.