Thursday's A.M. Hot Clicks
Not only did Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer end up with a face full of barbecue sauce after knocking in the game-winning run in the bottom of the 10th inning against the Tigers yesterday, but teammate Elliot Johnson also tried to de-pants him.
You've probably heard the Doc Emrick call of Andrew Shaw's triple-overtime goal that gave Chicago a 1-0 series lead over Boston in the Stanley Cup Final. (The CBC call was pretty weak.) Here is the call from the Blackhawks radio play-by-play man, John Wiedeman.
First and foremost, major props to former Bears wide receiver David Terrell, who actually responded to a website that listed him among the team's biggest busts. We'd love to see more athletes do that. Secondly, we need to point out that Terrell says he could've cut off two very key male body parts in order to have played with a quarterback like Jay Cutler.
IMPORTANT UPDATE: It might be one body part. Nobody seems to know.
Big Bang Theory's Kaley Cuoco is in the new issue of FHM. ... I've been getting a lot of requests lately to feature model Devin Brugman. Fortunately for you, Guyism.com has just put together a gallery. ... U.K. lingerie model Geena Mullins has a new photoshoot out.
The Pistons center dunked on one of the more unlikable people in society today -- Chris Brown.
Yes, you can now own a Tim Tebow Patriots trading card.
Nice job by the A's and pitcher Ryan Cook, who used new technology to have 13-year-old Nick LeGrande, who suffers from a blood disorder that prevents him from attending games, throw out the first pitch of last night's Yankees-A's game.
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I can't figure out if this is impressive, slightly creepy, or both. (Thanks to Chetan, of Reston, Va., for the video.)