New England Patriots receiver Chad Ochocinco's stolen wallet was found last week, but he was upset that his Starbucks Gold card was missing. The coffee franchise promised to issue him a new one and might honor him by putting their large coffee on sale for the low price of “Cinco Ochocinco.”
Boys will be boys
Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine called the Tampa Bay Rays coaching staff “very immature” after a series of pitchers hitting batters and retaliation during their series. Tampa Bay manager Joe Madden earlier called the Red Sox's actions “ridiculous” and “idiotic.”
Baseball commissioner Bud Selig is contemplating whether to suspend the managers' television privileges or make them stand in the corner for a 15-minute timeout.
The perfect education plan
Don Larsen plans to auction off the jersey he wore while throwing a perfect World Series game with the New York Yankees. He wants to raise money to help put his grandchildren through college. The jersey could garner more than $500,000 in auction. So that should be good for a semester or two.
A Toyota dealership in Henderson, Nev., received angry comments on its website page after posting pictures of Philadelphia Eagles QB Michael Vick signing autographs. Apparently, a number of Toyota enthusiasts were upset because they heard Vick was involved in Dodge fighting.
Two Indianapolis 500 drivers using Lotus engines were black-flagged and taken out of the race for driving too slow. It's a rare penalty, but officials had little choice after they were passed by Guy Fieri.
Lion on the loose
Detroit Lions defensive tackle Nick Fairley was arrested for the second time in two months, this time for driving under the influence and attempting to elude police. Sounds like he's Fairley unreliable.
Magic coach disappearing act
Orlando Magic star Dwight Howard told TMZ he had nothing to do with the team firing coach Stan Van Gundy. It is not certain when Howard plans to announce who he is hiring as the next coach.