**High school quarterback prospect Dillon Sterling-Cole commits to Arizona State over Florida and other schools. Sterling-Cole was the last uncommitted quarterback who participated in the Elite 11 camps.
**The NFL has upheld Tom Brady’s 4-game suspension for his role in Deflategate. According to new emerging evidence, Brady instructed his assistant to destroy his cell phone right before his interview with investigator Ted Wells.
**Eight months after being diagnosed with lymphoma, Chief’s safety Eric Berry has been cleared to practice in this upcoming training camp. Berry will join recently injured Chief players on Wednesday for a three-day mini-camp before training camp on Saturday.
**Jonathan Papelbon has been shipped off to Washington where he will assume the role of closer for the Nationals. The Phillies received a pitching prospect in return.
**Rays’ catcher Curt Casali goes deep twice again en route to a rout of the Detroit Tigers, 10-2 on Tuesday. This is the first time the Rays have won consecutive games in the second half of the season and will go for the sweep today at noon.
**Behind six strong innings from Jose Fernandez, the Marlins take the series opener against the Washington Nationals, 4-1. Both teams will be back at it tonight at 7.
**Finally, the Atlanta Braves lose to the Baltimore Orioles, 7-3. Chris Davis belted two home runs to help the O’s clinch the series and improve their win streak to four games. Tonight’s game will get underway at 7.