8:00 PM: Edmonton Eskimos head coach Kavis Reed was a little bit emotional after Saturday's 17-3 loss to the B.C. Lions.
7:45 PM: Metta World Peace tweeted to his fans after he was waived by the Lakers: "Thanks for the support thru the years. Thru my ups and downs you guys where there for me. I apologize for being to busy to sign sometimes!"
7:30 PM: The Sydney Telegraph reports 31-year-old golfer Jarrod Lyle plans to compete in the Australian Masters in November after having to leave the sport last year due to a second battle with leukemia.
7:15 PM: During Sunday's NASCAR race in New Hampshire, Danica Patrick was involved in a wreck that also took out her boyfriend Ricky Stenhouse Jr.. Travis Kvapil, who was also involved in the wreck, appeared to take a run at Patrick's car afterwards.
7:00 PM: A Cleveland Indians fan at Progressive Field managed to grab four foul balls in Sunday's game against the Kansas City Royals. The fan decided to toss the fourth ball he caught to someone else in the crowd.
6:45 PM: The induction ceremony for the 2013 class of the International Tennis Hall of Fame had to deal with a 25-minute rain delay in Newport, Rhode Island on Saturday.
6:30 PM: Scott Dixon won both IndyCar races in Toronto this weekend, bringing his career total to 32 victories. Dixon also was awarded a $100,000 bonus for both wins.
6:15 PM: Paul Manziel, father of Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel, told the Dallas Morning News that his son left the Manning Passing Academy a day early due to suffering from dehydration.
6:00 PM: Oklahoma City Thunder player Kevin Durant tweeted on Sunday: "I can post a pic of a hot pocket and people on IG (Instagram) gonna find a way to debate about basketball in my comments lol."
5:45 PM: Philles outfielder Ben Revere is expected to be out 6-8 weeks after breaking a bone in his right ankle when he hit a foul ball off his foot during Saturday's game against the White Sox.
5:30 PM: "Call Me Maybe" singer Carly Rae Jepsen attempted to throw out the first pitch at Tropicana Field for Sunday's Rays-Astros game, and, well, see for yourself.
5:15 PM: Team USA defeated Team World 4-2 in the MLB All-Star Futures Game at Citi Field on Sunday.
5:00 PM: MLB announces that this year's All-Star Game will have a record 36 first-time players in the game with the additions of Mark Melancon, Sergio Romo and Chris Tillman.
4:45 PM: Asiana Airlines said it is considering legal action against KTVU-TV & the National Transportation Safety Board for a news report that listed fake & joking names of the pilots involved in last weekend's plane crash.
4:30 PM: Chris Davis of the Baltimore Orioles hit his 37th home run of the season Sunday against the Toronto Blue Jays, tying Reggie Jackson's American League record for the most homers before the All-Star Break.