Roundup: Prince Fielder Wins Home Run Derby, Penn State Donations Up Despite Sandusky Arrest & Rays Sideline Reporter Wins Miss Florida

Blake Lively … this is your idiot of the month … “Parents try to smuggle baby through X-ray machine” at airport … sitting for more than three hours a day cuts life expectancy… the physics of Batman’s cape … on underdogs in various fields … the internet has been making us crazy for 16 years … Hayden Panettiere in a bikini in Cabo … “Socialite Denise Rich dumps U.S. passport” … are you an optimist or a pessimist? … David Carr continues to write about the demise of newspapers … “Armed man on coke flees imaginary Croatians” … the Katie Holmes & Tom Cruise divorce is complete … “the worst marriage in Georgetown” …

Prince Fielder won his 2nd home run derby. [Freep]

Former Stanford captain Peter Sauer collapsed and died during a pickup basketball game. He was 35. [LoHud; Mercury News]

Cool, creative idea: Columnist joins Bud Collins to watch the Wimbledon final. [WSJ Sports]

Marcus Camby will be the Knicks’ backup center. They traded away spare parts in exchange for the 38-year-old. [NYT]

Not surprisingly, Roy Hibbert is going to stay with the Indiana Pacers. Doesn’t sound like the Blazers had a shot. [Indy Star]

Ted Nugent’s drummer was arrested. Alcohol and a golf cart were involved. [MLive]

Much maligned AJ Burnett is having a strong season with the Pirates. [Post-Gazette]

“Three nights of Phish at SPAC result in more than 50 arrests in state park, 13 in the city and injuries for woman who fell 25 feet from light pole.” [Saratogian]

Kevin Love doesn’t seem happy with Minnesota’s offseason. [Yahoo]

I’m incredible bored with the Robert Nkemdiche story/non-story. [NYT]

Sad: “Penn State received more than $208 million in donations for the fiscal year that just ended, the second-highest total in university history despite the upheaval after the arrest of Jerry Sandusky on child sex abuse charges.” [AP]

Adrian Peterson’s lawyer: Rusty Hardin, the same guy who defended Roger Clemens. [Star Tribune]

Charlie LeDuff, an amazing writer who wrote this, played golf in Detroit.

Tampa Bay Rays sideline reporter Laura Mckeeman wins Miss Florida. [via Rays Index]

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