Daily Quick Hits – 3/25/14
I know you’re busy. And I know you don’t have enough time to catch up on all of the sports news across the globe… but we do. This short section compiles all the happenings from the day into one place so you can be up to date with your sports knowledge.
-Bills owner Ralph Wilson passed away at age 95
-The NFL will now penalize players for dunking the ball through the goal posts as a touchdown celebration
-Seahawks SS Kam Chancellor will undergo hip surgery in the near future
-The Pistons are pursuing Tom Izzo to be their next head coach
-Pelicans stretch 4 Ryan Anderson is officially done for the season after undergoing neck surgery
-Grady Sizemore hit his first home run since 2011 today in a spring training game for the Red Sox.
-Marco Scutaro underwent surgery for a “nerve block” today… whatever the hell that is. Opening Day availability in question.
-Jeff Franceour signed with the Padres, one year after making unimpressive stints with both the Giants and Royals
-Yasiel Puig had an MRI today on his sore back. No damage was found.
-Once promising Phillies prospect Vance Worley was traded from the Twins today. The return? Cash.
-Neftali Feliz will start the season in the minors for the Texas Rangers
-Carlos Santana will be the Indians Opening Day third basemen. Take note fantasy owners.