Hollywood: Isn’t there some kind of law against Boston heroes Ben Affleck and Matt Damon playing Yankees ? Make that wife-swapping Yankees Fritz Peterson and Mike Kekich. Here’s hoping the script-killing gods save us from "The Trade." Really, people can’t stomach the idea of sibling skaters, but they want to watch this?
MLB: Speaking of love (and war) and Yankees, there appears to be battery peace in spring training. Jorge Posada and A.J. Burnett are making nice after struggling so much last season that Joe Girardi had to split them up. "I enjoy A.J.," Posada said. "I get up for catching him. I love it. We never had any issues or problems. It happens in baseball, you don’t pitch great all the time." Says Burnett: "I never questioned Jorge and I never will. I questioned myself."
NBA: Joakim Noah proves it’s tough to dunk with plantar fasciitis. "I don’t think the foot is going to be 100 percent for the rest of the season," Noah tells the Chicago Tribune.
NASCAR: In the Jeremy Mayfield saga, the former Cup driver is now trying to get his case moved back to state court and force NASCAR to pay his attorney’s fees related to the venue issue. NASCAR wants to keep the case in the federal court’s hands.
English Premier League: A Tiger-esque episode involving soccer stars is hardly news in the U.K., but when a WAG cheats on her footballer hubby with a Dancing With The Stars star, well, that gets ink on both sides of the Atlantic. Cheryl Cole and Ashley (who plays for Chelsea) Cole are soon to be divorced, and Cheryl has been spotted with DWTS dancer Derek Hough.
Golf: If you haven’t reached the saturation point on Tiger’s tawdry tale yet, Radaronline reports that Elin said no to a family portrait shoot the day before Woods’ televised apology.