(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)
1. Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo officially retires and will become the lead analyst at CBS.
2. Kentucky guard Malik Monk joins teammate De’Aaron Fox and will enter the NBA draft.
3. Former Dodger Pedro Guerrero woke from a coma and was speaking to family and friends Wednesday morning in a New York hospital two days after suffering a massive stroke.
4. Former Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch, who retired a year ago, visits the Oakland Raiders as he continues to explore a possible return to the NFL.
5. The Cleveland Cavaliers blow out Boston 114-91 and take a one game lead over the Celtics for first place in the Eastern Conference.
6. La Canada leads the Rio Hondo League with a 3-0 record after an 11-2 win over Temple City Wednesday.
7. New York Knicks guard Derrick Rose will miss 3-6 weeks after surgery for a torn meniscus in his left knee. Rose, who has been plagued with knee injuries throughout his NBA career, will be a free agent in the off season.
8. Arroyo is already throwing on Saturdays and will have its first four way on April 15 that will include South El Monte and Bell Gardens.
9. On this day in 1973 the Pittsburgh Pirates retire Roberto Clemente’s number 21. Clemente died in a plane crash on December 31, 1972. He had exactly 3000 hits in his career.
10. “Roberto Clemente could field the ball in New York, and throw out a guy in Pennsylvania.” – Vin Scully.