Wakeup call: Two-and-done for LeBron?; Moss impresses 49ers

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Wakeup call: Two-and-done for LeBron?; Moss impresses 49ers

Here's your wakeup call -- a combination of newsworthy andor interesting tidbits -- for Monday, August 13:

BASEBALL
CC Sabathia vows he's pitching on Aug. 24 -- the day he's eligible to come off the disabled list -- "for sure", even though his elbow hurts and right now he doesn't know when he'll be allowed to throw again. (AP)

Yes, that's former Patriot Jarrad Page playing with the San Jose Giants. (CSN Bay Area)

COLLEGE BASKETBALL
When, oh when, will they learn not to lie on their resumes? (AP)

GOLF
Another major disaster for Tiger. (AP)

But at least he kept his spot on the Ryder Cup team . . . as did everyone else. (AP)

HOCKEY
What's this? Optimism in the labor negotiations? Really? (AP)

OLYMPICS
It might two-and-done for LeBron James. (NBC's Pro Basketball Talk)

Best Olympics ever? Alan Abrahamson thinks so. (nbcolympics.com)

PRO FOOTBALL
Mike Florio wonders if Chad Johnson decided ("consciously or otherwise") to self-immolate his career rather than have it end "in the indignity of the Labor Day weekend roster purge". Good question, especially since -- as Mike points out -- his performance in the Dolphins' exhibition opener wasn't "much different than how he played with the Patriots last year . . . dropping the only pass thrown his way." (NBC's Pro Football Talk)

On the other hand, it's all good -- so far -- with Randy Moss. (Pro Football Talk)

Lee Evans, who, Bo Smolka points out "will always be remembered in Baltimore for the catch he didn't make," has been released by the Jaguars. (CSN Baltimore) We'll remember that, too, Bo.

Welcome back, Adrian Peterson. (AP)

Quick. Get your patent in for those "Peyton Who?" shirts in Indianapolis. (AP)

Red Sox outfield "Win, Dance, Repeat" celebration finds its way on MLB the Show 17

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Red Sox outfield "Win, Dance, Repeat" celebration finds its way on MLB the Show 17

Mooke Betts, Jackie Bradley Jr. and a mix of Andrew Benintendi, Brock Holt, Blake Swihart and Chris Young brought postgame celebrations to a new level last season.

Most Sox fans are familiar with the outfield victory "Win, Dance, Repeat" where the trio would dance and pretend to photograph the game's best player between them. The celebration ended with a pose at first, but as seen the MLB the Show 17's freshly released trailer, a few more wrinkes were added in.

In fact, here's a taste of the celebrations and what else to expect from Playstation's 2017 MLB game: