This week's notebook features a pitcher who sprints to the mound when he's called on to close games.
It's Spalding's third such award of the season and Welch's second.
The junior infielder went 11-for-17 with three home runs and 12 RBIs last week.
Player comparisons will be more precise than ever before with the new data about to be unleashed.
But, of course, Tampa Bay isn't tipping its hand on which player it will select.
Drivers who miss a race can make up for it by winning later.
Slive's replacement will take over on August 1. Until then, the longtime commissioner, despite battling cancer, plans to stay involved.
The 2007 Heisman Trophy winner last played in 2012 as a member of the New York Jets.
The Rams gathered Monday for strength and conditioning, which one player described as "the first day of school."
Choking off the passing lanes and the open ice where Penguins' stars Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin thrive, New York built an early lead behind goals from Carl Hagelin and Chris Kreider then held on for a 2-1 win in Game 3 on Monday night to take a 2-1 series lead.
The most notable absence was All-Pro linebacker Justin Houston, who was given the franchise tag after a record-setting sack season. Houston still has not signed his tender as the Chiefs and his representatives try to reach an agreement on a long-term deal.
Desisa earned his second Boston Marathon title Monday, finishing in 2 hours, 9 minutes, 17 seconds to claim a golden olive wreath, the $150,000 first prize and a winner's medal to replace the one he donated to the city two years ago in memory of the victims.
Other photos captured by Missourian photographers include construction on MU's Jesse Hall, police responding to a shooting in Hitt Street Garage on Wednesday night and preparations to reopen the MU Museum of Art and Archaeology.
Only Mississippi State finished worse than the Tigers, who shot 21 strokes over par as as a team.
With its 10-0 victory Sunday, the Tigers outscored the Razorbacks 30-1 throughout the series.
Shane Benes, son of former St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Andy Benes, made his collegiate debut in No. 18 Missouri baseball's doubleheader against Alabama. It took only three pitches for him to smack the ball against the outfield wall in center field.
After Saturday's scrimmage, which the backups team won 14-10, Missouri might be able to lean more equally on the different facets of its offense. It’s clear the Tigers’ passing game will “get there,” coach Gary Pinkel said.
Missouri hit four home runs to split a doubleheader against Alabama.
Old and new faces showed up to play Missouri's spring football game. Receiver Nate Brown said he “most definitely” could’ve played if he needed to.
The pair of commitments leave room for Missouri coach Kim Anderson to put one more scholarship player on the roster.