In Case You Didn't Stay Up Til 2 A.M. PST...
Brandon Moss :: Jason O. Watson/Getty Images
After 19 innings and 6 hours and 32 minutes, A's first baseman Brandon Moss hit a game-winning two-run home run against the Angels last night. During his postgame interview, an exhausted Moss pied himself before getting doused with Gatorade. A few tidbits: It was the longest game in the history of both teams; the Angels took the lead in the top of the 15th, but the A's tied it in the bottom of the inning; Anaheim slugger Josh Hamilton was 0-for-8; Left-handed pitcher Brett Anderson was supposed to start for Oakland, but was instead skipped to rest an injured ankle. He ended up starting the 13th and gave up one run in 5 1/3 innings. Below is reaction from some A's players.
The Job Search Is On
After getting cut by the Jets Monday, Mandatory.com imagines what Tim Tebow's Linkedin page might look like today. Don't cry for Tebow, though. He already has a job offer from the Lingerie Football League.
Warning: May Cause Eye Damage
In Friday's P.M. Hot Clicks, we lamented the fact that we won't be treated to Russell Westbrook's unique fashion sense while he nurses a knee injury. Fortunately, Kevin Durant and Hasheem Thabeet stepped up their shirt game last night.
Lovely Lady Links Roundup
Anne V :: Derek Kettela/SI
SI Swimsuit model Anne V appears in the new GQ Mexico. ... Memo to SI Swimsuit editors: Please consider Polish model Monika Pietrasinska, star of this gallery, for the next issue. ... Happy 40th birthday to Molly Sims.
MLB Umps Keep Getting Worse
Indians infielder Lonnie Chisenhall was called out on two strikes last night.
Missed Fist Bump Of The Day
Rockets forward Chandler Parsons with a cold-blooded diss last night.
Sports Video Of The Day
We started this edition of Hot Clicks with an A's win in 19 innings. The Marlins also had a late-inning rally last night over the Mets. They erased a one-run deficit in the bottom of the 15th by scoring a pair of runs. Here's the call of the game winner by Florida play-by-play announcer Rich Waltz, who was VERY excited to be done with work.
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Local News Video Of The Day
Nobody covers hard-hitting news like local stations. Here's a story about a guy who lost his life savings by playing a carnival game, complete with the anchors laughing at him. (Thanks to Twitter follower
@arquimedezpozo for the video.)