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Five Spot / Quick hitters on the light side

HE'S NO REGULAR KID

Ex-Olympic softball star Jennie Finch and former big-leaguer Casey Daigle welcomed their second son Sunday -- and named him Diesel. His baby carriage, we assume, is an 18-wheeler.

CALL IT A VICTORY CRY

Serena Williams broke down sobbing after her opening win at Wimbledon on Tuesday. Veteran Williams watchers say she either was overcome after completing a year-long comeback, or maybe she caught a glimpse of Venus' latest outfit.

SWEAR IT'S TRUE

Chicago White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen (above) spent the night in a hospital after passing a kidney stone. Correction: Make that a $%$! kidney stone.

LUCKY KID

A pregnant Cleveland radio host says she'll name her child Dirk after the Nowitzki-led Mavericks dispatched LeBron James' Miami Heat for the NBA championship. Just be glad she was never smitten with Bimbo Coles.

GUYS AND DOLLS

The latest baseball figure to be honored with a bobblehead giveaway, on Sept. 13: White Sox groundskeeper Roger Bossard. The guy, as hitters like to say, can really rake.

-- Dwight Perry, Seattle Times

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