Sports in A Minute: Tuesday, July 10th, 2012

Here is Sports In A Minute, for Tuesday, July the 10th, 2012. You might want to go check your grandfathers attic after this story.{} A couple of cousins in Ohio are about to become millionaires. They stumbled across a soot-covered box in their grandfather's attic that contained several million dollars worth of 100-year-old baseball cards. They found cards of Ty Cobb, Honus Wagner and Cy Young.{} They were part of a rare series produced in 1910. Experts think they could get as much as three million at auction. ---

Speaking of hall of famers, Yankee great Reggie Jackson has been told by the club to stay away from the team for awhile. The Yanks organization is upset about what Jackson said about current New York third baseman Alex Rodriguez in a Sports Illustrated article. Reggie said that since ARod admitted to using performance enhancing drugs that his numbers and records should be in question. Jackson is a paid consultant for the New York Yankees. ---

The Tulsa Shock drop their 14th game of the season Tuesday morning.{} They lost to the defending champion Minnesota Lynx, 107-86.

Candice Wiggins paced the Lynx with 25 points.{} Maya Moore had 24.

Ivory Latta led the Shock with 25 points on 10-of-14 shooting.{} Kayla Pederson added 12 and Glory Johnson had 11.

The Shock travel to Minnesota on Thursday for their final game before a month long break for the Olympics.