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An 84-year-old World War II veteran and his wife have won a $254 million lottery in Missouri.

Asked what he'll do with his winnings, Jim Wilson replied: "What winnings?"

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Meanwhile, I'm driving a '97 Cavalier, in case you haven't heard.

Seriously, what would you do if you won that much money?

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Me? I'd sign Carlos Zambrano when he hits the free-agent market next winter.

That should just about cover it.

The Colorado Rockies claim that trade talks with the Boston Red Sox involving Todd Helton have ended.

"This is not a trade that we were anxious to complete," owner Charlie Monfort said in a statement.

Interesting, since the Rockies were the aggressors, according to at least one report. But now it's damage-control time – a regular occurrence whenever the media finds out about something like this.

Is $8.3 million for one season, plus another $1 million in performance bonuses, a bit steep for Jeff Weaver, or is that a silly question in today's market?

He won't be .500 this season. Mark my word.

Roger Clemens threw batting practice yesterday at Minute Maid Park in Houston, then told reporters that he was undecided about whether he'll pitch this season.

Brett Favre heard about this and replied: "Make up your freakin' mind."

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