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The Roundup: Bartolo Colon's Shutout, Joakim Soria Lost His Closer Job & Virginia Wins Lacrosse Title

Aimee Teegarden … if you’re a fan of JJ Abrams (and you should be), read this … he lost his job over a story about “grinding” at school dances … Leo DiCaprio is still hanging out with Blake Lively … suspended over a light saber battleMeghan McCain’s bachelorette padAmber Rose vs. Vibe Magazine, featuring a great Kanye West quote … Hangover 2 made a shitload of money over the weekend … am I the only one who has never once used Groupon? … “Man killed in motorcycle accident in Walmart parking lot” … trading guns for gas in Iowa

Who will Jerry West hire to coach the Warriors: Lawrence Frank, Dwane Casey or Mark Jackson? [Mercury News, CSN Bay Area]

Portly 38-year-old Bartolo Colon threw a 4-hit shutout as the Yankees beat the A’s, 4-0. [NYDN]

The SEC has another QB with the last name Newton who is 6-foot-4. [Southern Pigskin]

Fantasy alert: Joakim Soria of the Royals lost his starting job to Aaron Crow last night. [MLB.com]

The NCAA Lacrosse Championship: Virginia 9, Maryland 7. [USA Today]

Remember Damon Stoudamire from the NBA? Mighty Mouse? He’s going to be an assistant hoops coach for the Memphis Tigers. [CBS Sports]

Sean Kingston is slowly improving following his weekend jet ski accident. [Herald]

In case you missed it Friday: Kevin McHale is the new coach of the Houston Rockets. [Chronicle]

Davone Bess of the Dolphins is digging ditches and volunteering in Costa Rica during the lockout. [Sentinel]

Jo-Jo Reyes of the Blue Jays finally snapped his MLB record of 28 winless starts. [National Post]

More than 400 people were stung by jellyfish at Cocoa Beach in Florida over the weekend. [WKRG]

Dirk has become Bird, and LeBron has become Jordan … but what happens to the player who loses the Finals? Back to “overrated,” I’m sure. [Express-News]

Chan Ho Park was demoted to the minor leagues over the weekend in Japan. [CSTB]

A Phillies’ fan threw back a home run ball … at Nationals’ Park. [via Nationals Enquirer]

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