- Yanks' Tex goes on DL; surgery for Youkilis
Mark Teixeira is back on the 15-day disabled list with an aching right wrist, while Kevin Youkilis will be out 10-12 weeks for surgery to repair a herniated disk.
- San Jose sues MLB over vote on A's move
Major League Baseball is dragging its feet on having team owners vote on the Oakland Athletics' proposed move to a new ballpark 40 miles south in San Jose, San Jose city officials said in a lawsuit filed Tuesday.
- Sources: Clips walk away from Celts deal
The Los Angeles Clippers informed the Boston Celtics on Tuesday morning they are pulling out of talks to acquire Kevin Garnett and Doc Rivers, sources told ESPN.com.
- Westbrook off his crutches, says 'I'm back'
All-Star Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook posted a video on the Vine social media service earlier this week to announce he no longer needs to use crutches, a big milestone in his recovery from knee surgery last month.
- Blackhawks' Hossa likely to play in Game 4
Chicago Blackhawks winger is likely to play in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup finals against the Boston Bruins on Wednesday after being a surprising scratch for Game 3, coach Joel Quenneville said.
- Gleason accepts fired radio DJs' apologies
Steve Gleason wrote on his organization's Facebook page that he accepts the apologies of the three Atlanta radio disc jockeys who mocked his Lou Gehrig's disease in a skit Monday morning and later were fired.
- Bosh: Spurs' Green 'won't be open tonight'
After San Antonio Spurs guard Danny Green hit 66 percent of his 3-pointers through the first five games of the NBA Finals, the Miami Heat's Chris Bosh declared there will be a different look for Game 6: no more open shots.
- N.J. Gov. Christie declares loyalty to Mets
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says the New York Mets are losers, but he loves them anyway.
- Lolo Jones rankles U.S. bobsledders with video
Here's one thing Lolo Jones doesn't like about vying for the U.S. bobsled team: toiling for a modest paycheck.
- D-backs' Kennedy begins 10-game suspension
Arizona's Ian Kennedy dropped his appeal and began serving his 10-game suspension Monday.