With all of the insanity taking place at the moment in Boston, I figured we should start with a feel-good item. It doesn't get much more feel-good than what took place in Cincinnati last night. Teddy Kremer, a 30-year-old with Down syndrome, was the Reds' honorary batboy for the team's game against the Marlins. Kremer asked third baseman Todd Frazier to hit a home run in the sixth inning. Frazier came through with the dinger and Teddy's reaction is something each one of you should watch.
A deranged (allegedy) Bulls fan is suing guard Derrick Rose for missing the entire season with an injury. The 25-year-old from Illinois claims he's suffered mental breakdowns and emotional distress because of Rose's absence.
Bryce Harper is not happy with Major League Baseball for stealing his Opening Day jersey and auctioning it off.
Former Miss Universe and Celebrity Apprentice contestant Dayana Mendoza was stunning on the red carpet last night. ... Here are new photos of Adriana Lima modeling some Victoria's Secret apparel. ... Lana Kinnear is not only a model, but also a wrestler you might want to check out.
Anybody want to buy a bus that looks like a boom box?
I always try to be honest with you guys, so here's the deal. I'm riveted to the Boston coverage and don't want to spend time finding two new videos to post here that you probably won't watch anyway because you're following the Boston coverage, too. So, if you need a laugh at some point today, you can watch the video below of the single greatest standup routine in history. (Warning: It's Eddie Murphy. There are f-words and mf-words, throughout.)