Today's top sports stories:

The Minnesota Vikings traded playmaking wide receiver Percy Harvin to the Seattle Seahawks in exchange for draft picks, including a first-rounder, and the San Francisco 49ers acquired receiver Anquan Boldin from the Baltimore Ravens, also for draft picks. [USA Today, ESPN]

Team USA defeated Canada 9-4 on Sunday, which has two major implications: first, the Americans advance to the next round of the World Baseball Classic, and second, they will not have to qualify for the next WBC in 2017. Had they lost to Canada, they would have had to pay a qualifying round prior to the tournament. [N.Y. Times]

Gonzaga remained at the top of the A.P. poll as it heads into the West Coast Conference final Monday night. Duke, Indiana, Louisville and Georgetown round out the top five. [S.I.]

Tiger Woods may be on his way to reclaiming the world number one ranking he lost to Rory McIlroy, following his two-stroke victory at the Cadillac Championship this weekend. [ESPN]

This poor ballgirl at a spring training game accidentally picked up a live ball. Oops. [GuySpeed]