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The Royal Dutch Mint is producing a coin immortalizing Robin van Persie's goal on a diving header in the Netherlands' World Cup opener against Spain.
Any honors for Brazil's squad, after 7-1 and 3-0 losses, will be in the form of folding money.
This contract wasn't worth the paper it was printed on -- in a good way
Babe Ruth's 1918 paperwork with the Boston Red Sox, which called for him to get paid $5,000, was sold in an auction Saturday night.
For $1.02 million.
Driver Joey Logano ripped 72-year-old counterpart Morgan Shepherd after Sunday's Camping World RV Sales 301 for:
a) Riding him into the wall.
b) Driving 138 laps with his left blinker on.
Pass the belly putter
Sarah Whisonant registered her first hole-in-one at La Vista Falls in Omaha, Neb. -- while playing 8 1/2 months pregnant.
Water hazard? No kidding.
Poe, as in police
Cornerback Jimmy Smith, charged with misdemeanor disorderly conduct during a bar incident, became the fifth Baltimore player arrested this off-season.
Quoth the Ravens: Any more?
High, hard one
Alex Rodriguez's lawyers filed suit to recover $380,000 in unpaid legal bills.
That's what you call a payoff pitch.
"Some say that LeBron James will regret choosing Cleveland over South Beach," wrote Brad Dickson of the Omaha (Neb.) World-Herald. "My money is on sometime in mid-January."
Relish the date
So, hot-dog eating champ Joey Chestnut is about to be married?
Our condiments to the bride.
Kits by Speedo
If you enjoyed watching World Cup players doing their thing in Brazil, you'll absolutely love the 2016 Olympics there.
"Of course," noted blogger TC Chong, "they will then be representing their countries in men's diving."
Party like it's 1970
No. 1 song among melancholy Miami Heat fans? "Gimme Dat Deng."
Miami came in seventh in CNN Money's rankings of America's most stressed cities -- and that was BEFORE LeBron blew town.
(FYI, Seattle: Robinson Cano traded in No. 1 for No. 42, not to mention $240 million.)
Don't look now, but media darlings LeBron James (Cavaliers) and Johnny Manziel (Browns) are taking their talents to Cleveland.
A-Rod to the Indians, anyone?
-- The Seattle Times