Today's top sports stories:

Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter will stay on the disabled list until at least the All-Star break, after a small crack was found near where he had surgery to repair a broken left ankle. Jeter had hoped to be back by Opening Day, which was then pushed back to May 1, and now this. [NYDN]

The Cleveland Cavaliers fired head coach Byron Scott after three years on the job. Scott, brought in to try to prevent LeBron James from taking his talents to South Beach, compiled a 64-166 record for a team wracked by injuries and an overall dearth of talent. [Plain Dealer]

During the Washington Nationals' 6-1 victory over the Miami Marlins Wednesday night, Bryce Harper managed to fight through nausea (he threw up numerous times) and put together a four-hit day. Because he's really good. [USA Today]

Following last week's bench-clearing incident in which Carlos Quentin charged the mound and broke Zack Greinke's collarbone, San Diego Padres CEO Tom Garfinkel made some rather dumb comments, referring to Greinke (who has social anxiety disorder) as "Rain Man" and blaming him for the whole affair. [SB Nation]

During Michael Jordan's famous "flu game" performance in Game 5 of the 1997 NBA Finals, he may not have actually had the flu. He may have been ... (drum roll) ... poisoned? [GuySpeed]