Wakeup call: Just a bad day all around for the replacement refs

Wakeup call: Just a bad day all around for the replacement refs
September 24, 2012, 12:20 pm
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Here's your wakeup call -- a combination of newsworthy andor interesting tidbits -- for Monday, September 24:

BASEBALL
The Yankees' winning streak is over at seven, but -- thanks to the Red Sox -- they're still in first place. (AP)

The A's are proud that, after gut-wrenching defeats on Friday and Saturday, they were able to come away with one on Sunday. (CSN Bay Area)

Beware, Oakland: Here come the Angels. (AP)

That's five in a row -- and not a good five in a row -- for the White Sox. (CSN Chicago)

But, thanks to the Twins, they remain on top in the A.L. Central. (AP)

Maybe there'll be a race in the N.L. East yet. (NBC's Hardball Talk)

The Nationals are no sun-worshipers. (CSN Washington)

Adrian Gonzalez has broken his power slump. (AP)

Good news: Dusty Baker's out of the hospital. (AP)

The last-place Marlins can console themselves with the knowledge that their manager thinks they have nice bodies. (NBC's Off The Bench)

COLLEGE BASKETBALL
The hits just keep on coming for Billy Gillispie. (AP)

Saint Mary's? Under NCAA investigation? Really? (AP)

COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Torii Hunter's son is headed to Notre Dame. (NBC's College Football Talk) Torii Hunter has a son old enough to go to college . . . ?

Oregon's reward for its 49-0 throttling of Arizona: A No. 2 ranking. (AP)

If you're a reporter, the 'Ol Ball Coach will talk at you. Just not with you. (AP)

GOLF
The winner, and FedEx Cup champion: Brandt Snedeker. (AP)

Yeah, Tiger Woods has lowered the bar a little. But he's still happy to be where is now, compared to where he was a year ago. (golfchannel.com)

HOCKEY
It's not much. But it's something, (AP)

Jim Devellano learned that silence is golden in the NHL. (AP)

PRO FOOTBALL
Just a bad day all around for the replacement refs (NBC's Pro Football Talk) . . . as you know if you watched the Patriots game.

They seem to have the formula down pat in Denver. Too bad it's not a winning formula. (AP)

Not a bad first win for the Raiders, all things considered. (CSN Bay Area)

It looked frightening -- as in, Darryl Stingley-like frightening -- but Darrius Heyward-Bay is in stable condition after taking a helmet-to-helmet hit from the Steelers' Ryan Munday. (CSN Bay Area)

The Patriots' loss to the Cardinals isn't looking so bad now, is it? (AP)

Say it Ain't so! (AP)

It's Cortland Finnegan's turn to Cutler-bash. (CSN Chicago) And this after Cutler beat him.

Tough sport, right Matt Schaub? (Pro Football Talk)