Fans at a minor league baseball game in Florida saw the rarest of ejections Wednesday: the home team's DJ got tossed for playing "Three Blind Mice"!

In Daytona's contest against Fort Myers on August 1, the home plate umpire whipped around and abruptly angrily ejected the "music guy" on the spot.

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After teaming up for a pair of medal-winning relay swims this week, Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte squared off today in the 200-meter individual medley final.

The Americans were co-favorites, with Phelps having owned the event in the last two Olympics, but Lochte annihilating the field in the 400-meter IM this year.

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Olympic bronze medalist Danell Leyva is basking in the stardom he's earned with his outstanding performance in gymnastics at the Summer Games in London.

His towel has also become a celebrity in its own right.

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Welcome, readers, to a special Olympic edition of THG's Caption Contest!

We just came across this picture, and well, it speaks for itself. At least we think it should. U.S. gymnast Alicia Sacramone is looking intense!

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Former Cincinnati Bengals cheerleader Sarah Jones, a.k.a. the female Sandusky, is firing back at her at critics and the rumors about her personal life despite a request by prosecutors for a gag order in her sexual assault case.

Once a captain of the Cincinnati Ben-Gals (get it?!) and a former high school teacher, Sarah Jones is accused of sexually abusing a student and unlawful use of electronic means to induce a minor to engage in sexual activity.

Posted in: Celebrity Scandals

O.J. Murdock, a wide receiver on the Tennessee Titans, killed himself yesterday morning with an apparent gun shot blast to the head. He was 25.

Tampa police report that Murdock's body was found around 8:30 a.m. inside his car, which was parked in front of Middleton High School, at which the athlete starred as a football player and sprinter years ago.

Posted in: R.I.P.

A Brazilian judo competitor broke his Olympic bronze medal after taking it into the shower and dropping it after his victory in a third-place match in London.

Felipe Kitadai, who beat Italy's Elio Verde to win bronze Saturday, was so excited about the result that he did not want to be parted from his prize.

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