Today's top sports stories:

Most of the way through day one of the Masters in Augusta, Georgia, Australia's Marc Leishman leads with a 6-under 66. Tiger Woods is four strokes back, and Jamie Donaldson knocked a hole-in-one. [Masters, Wales Online]

The Seattle Mariners have acquired starting pitcher Aaron Harang from the Colorado Rockies in exchange for a minor leaguer. [MLB]

March Madness may have just ended, but that doesn't mean it's too early to start looking at who's got the best squads heading into next season. The University of Kentucky may have one of the best freshman recruiting classes of all time, and they sit at No. 1 in what has to be the earliest poll so far. [S.I.]

The Boston Red Sox' streak of home sellouts finally ended today, when they failed to announce a capacity crowd for the first time since 2003. That really isn't quite as impressive as it sounds, though. [Deadspin]

One lucky Mariners fan caught a foul ball at Wednesday night's game vs. the Astros—the ball landed in his beer, which he proceeded to chug with the pine tar- and rosin-covered leather sphere still in there. Nice job! [NYDN]