A fan fell 30 feet from the club level to the lower bowl at Tuesday night's Rangers-Indians game in Arlington, Texas. It's the second time a fan has taken such a fall at the Rangers' young ballpark. For more on that story and other news highlights, along with videos, trivia and more, check out Wednesday's Morning Mashup.

JaMarcus Russell, the former No. 1 overall pick who played his way out of a job with the Raiders, was arrested Monday at his home in Mobile, Ala., on drug charges. One Oakland columnist notes that this could explain a lot about the quarterback's lackadaisical effort in his three years in the NFL. Also in Oakland, A's pitcher Dallas Braden isn't happy that his team is selling shirts that play off his feud with Yankees star Alex Rodriguez.

Even Braves utility player Omar Infante himself was surprised at his selection to the National League All-Star team. He said he thought he was being traded when his general manager called him Sunday to tell him the good news. However, one columnist is baffled by the choice and calls Infante the "worst All-Star ever." Read more about that, plus check out additional stories, videos, trivia and more, at Monday's Morning Mashup.

With the semifinals set for this week, it’s time to look at who has impressed the most in the 2010 World Cup (stats are through the quarterfinals):



St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony La Russa spoke out this week in support of Arizona's new immigration law, despite the fact that major league players largely have railed against it. One columnist writes that La Russa's decision to make his stance public shows that he is "out of touch" with his players. Plus, the Dutch soccer team is bickering as it prepares to play Brazil in Friday's World Cup quarterfinals. Check out those stories and more at Friday's Morning Mashup.

Surveillance video reportedly does not back up the story Eagles quarterback Michael Vick told police about what happened when an associate was shot at a Virginia Beach nightclub. At least one Philadelphia columnist insists that the Eagles should cut Vick if he lied or they lose all credibility. Read more about that, plus check out more stories, videos and trivia, at Thursday's Morning Mashup.

Here is one man's take on the top five sports topics of the day…



Former Mets and Phillies center fielder Lenny Dykstra reportedly boasted that he was one of the original major league steroid users. “I was like a pioneer for that stuff,” Dykstra said, according to author Randall Lane. Read more about that, plus check out other stories, videos, trivia and more, at Wednesday's Morning Mashup.

Here is one man's take on the top five sports topics of the day….

1. LeBron, Wade, Bosh have summit in Miami over the weekend-- all three to the Heat?



LaDainian Tomlinson has bought into the Jets experience. In an interview with ESPN, the former Charger unveiled a Jets tattoo on his right calf, and, when asked if he will win a Super Bowl title in New York, replied: "Absolutely, no question. Absolutely." Also, the issue of NFL players dealing with brain damage is a hot topic, after examination of the late Chris Henry's brain showed advanced damage.