-- Sad to hear boxer Evander Holyfield is facing foreclosure on his Atlanta mansion, which has 109 rooms, including 17 bathrooms, three kitchens and two Starbucks. It cost him an arm, a leg and two ears.
-- Iranian spiritual leader Ayatollah Khamenei still insists their election wasn't rigged. He also says Sammy Sosa, Manny Ramirez and A-Rod belong in the Baseball Hall of Fame ... Speaking of Manny, had he been traded to Minnesota during his suspension, then gone on a tear upon returning, the headline would have been "Manny Carrying Twins" ... The Hall of Fame Classic Game in Cooperstown included a pitching appearance by 90-year-old Bob Feller. By the time his first pitch reached the plate, he was 91 ... Did you know Phillies ace Cole Hamels is called "Pert Plus" by his teammates because of his obsession for hair care? ... Home Run Derby winner, overweight Prince Fielder was the first player to reach the finals of both that event and the Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest ... In related news, Oscar Meyer died recently at age 95. Reportedly, hot dog eating champs Joey Chestnut and Takeru Kobayashi served as pallbearers.
-- According to Paula Calkin, sharks go through about 40 sets of teeth during their lifespan.
-- Are model Gisele Bundchen and Patriots quarterback Tom Brady expecting a baby? Those who have seen her are not sure if they can see a baby bump or if she had a grape for lunch ... Dallas quarterback Tony Romo and flighty starlet Jessica Simpson have supposedly broken up. Fortunately for Romo, he signed a pre-numbskull agreement ... Redskin linebacker London Fletcher calls himself the "Susan Lucci" of the NFL for being snubbed again and again for the Pro Bowl. His career highlight reel can be seen on "Plays of Our Lives" .
-- Will the last Gator football player to leave jail after bailing out please turn off the light?
-- If Shaq O'Neal was the Big Cactus in Phoenix, will he be the Big Snowman in Cleveland? ... Next season the NBA will reduce its salary cap by $1 million. Some players may lose up to three members of their posse.
-- In closing, local golfing sensation George Wich once asked his caddy for a sand wedge. Ten minutes later, the caddy returned with a ham and rye!
(Some of the information in this column was obtained from other news organizations)