The Wingnuts were named organization of the year by the American Association. The award is compiled of voting from managers and media representatives, as well as surveys turned in by fans during the season. Wichita (50-46) averaged 2,994 fans, good for fourth-best in the league.
* An autopsy revealed Bradley baseball player Phil Kaiser, 21, died of an undiagnosed heart condition. Kaiser died at a Peoria, Ill., hospital after being found unresponsive at his girlfriend's apartment about 2 a.m. Monday.
Ltc. William McNeely, a Wichita native, won the Army Ten-Miler race on Friday at Joint Base Balad, Iraq. McNeely (1 hour, 42 seconds) beat a field of more than 500 service members and civilians from the Department of Defense.
The Tallgrass Film Festival will screen the documentary "The Wayman Tisdale Story" at 3:45 p.m. Saturday at the Scottish Rite Temple, 332 E. First. Admission is $7-$10 for the film directed by Wichitan Brian Schodorf.
Wichita State's Gretchen Huhnerkoch shot a career-best even-par 72 to lead the Shocker Invitational after the first day at Sand Creek Station in Newton. The Shockers lead the tournament with a 302, 11 strokes in front of second-place Eastern Washington. WSU's Natalie Samb shot a 1-over 73 and is in second place. Adin Stromgren is tied for fifth with a 76. Newman is tied for fifth at 321. Megan Birdsey led the Jets with a 76 to join the tie for fifth. Today's final round begins at 8:30 a.m.
Carlsbad, Calif., police say alcohol and drugs are not suspected in a crash involving former NFL star linebacker Junior Seau.
Seau drove off a cliff and was hospitalized with minor injuries Monday, less than nine hours after he was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence.
Police say the 12-time Pro Bowler's white Cadillac SUV was found on the beach about 100 feet below the roadside. Seau was taken to Scripps La Jolla Hospital in San Diego.
Seau posted bail and was released from the San Diego County jail in Vista.