Phillies center fielder Shane Victorino has little sympathy for the fan who was tasered after running onto the field during a game. He and others voiced their opinion on the situation, and you can read about it at Wednesday's Morning Mashup.

All it took was a couple of wins on Monday night for me to start up the Overreaction Machine and fire up 10 questions and answers on which team -- the Celtics or Bruins -- has the better chance to win a championship.



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Angela Bryant, mother of Dallas Cowboys draft pick Dez Bryant, wants an apology from Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland for asking her son if she was a prostitute. Meanwhile, more information about Angela Bryant's checkered past has been revealed, including that fact that she is on 10 years probation after being arrested for selling crack cocaine last year. Get more information about that, plus check out our videos, trivia and more, at Tuesday's Morning Mashup.

University of Virginia men's lacrosse player George Huguely has been charged with the murder of women's lacrosse player Yeardley Love, according to reports from Charlottesville, Va. Love, a 22-year-old senior from Cockeysville, Md., was found in her apartment early Monday morning with obvious signs of physical trauma, police statements indicated. Investigators noted that the two had a previous relationship. Huguely, also 22, is a senior from Chevy Chase, Md.

 

John Calipari's University of Kentucky basketball team had an embarrassingly low team grade-point average, the worst among all 20 of the school's sports teams and the lowest among nine SEC schools that submitted the information to a Kentucky newspaper. The school's president is "disappointed." Get additional information on that story, plus gets more links, videos, trivia and more, at Monday's Morning Mashup.

One man's guess at five headlines you'll be reading over the next week ...

1. Pierce scores 36 in Game 4 OT win, Celtics-Cavs now tied at 2-2



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When WEEI invited me to cover the eighth annual Whiney Awards, I leapt at the chance. I’d never been to the Whineys before, but I’d always pictured it as sort of being the station’s Academy Awards. I guess this would make me their taller, less groomed and way more hetero Ryan Seacrest.



According to a Sports Illustrated poll, 24 percent of the 71 PGA Tour competitors questioned think Tiger Woods used HGH or other performance-enhancing drugs. Woods has denied using PEDs since a New York Times article late last year linked him to controversial Canadian doctor Anthony Galea. Woods, competing this week at the Quail Hollow Championship in Charlotte, N.C., continued to deny any wrongdoing.

The state of Arizona's new immigration law -- under which a person can be detained if he or she does not have identification -- has been a big topic of discussion nationally, and the Diamondbacks have been caught in the middle of the controversy. One of the team's owners is a donor to the Republican party, which opponents of the bill blame for its passage, and that led to a protest of the team outside Chicago's Wrigley Field. Plus, Hispanic major leaguers, including some on the Diamondbacks, wonder if they will be affected.

WEEI and The Big Show held the 8th Annual Whiney Awards at Showcase Live in Foxboro on Thursday night. The show featured the James Montgomery Band, host Tony V, Lenny Clarke, Steve Sweeney, Bianca de la Garza, J.C. Monahan, Luis Tiant, Brian Daubach, Lou Merloni, Cedric Maxwell, J.P. Ricciardi and many others. Click here to see a list of winners, photos and videos from the event.