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Jerry's Getting Angry!

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Notable Mets fan Jerry Seinfeld ripped the team's fans in an interview with New York sports radio station WFAN on Wednesday. The legendary comedian was not happy that the Citi Field crowd booed some of the the players during the All-Star Game introductions. "This is one of the lowest moments of my lifetime of Mets fandom, when the Citi Field crowd was booing (players) that they see as rivals to their Mets team." For a much less serious version of Jerry Seinfeld, check out his latest edition of Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee, with guest Chris Rock, who is pro steroids for baseball players.

Poor Jordan Spieth

The 19-year-old golfer was completely dissed by ESPN reporter Tom Rinaldi after an interview today.

Warning: May Cause Blindless

The Oregon Ducks have yet ANOTHER uniform to wear this upcoming season.

Lovely Lady Of The Day

Italian model Federica Nargi gets today's LLOD honors.

Surprised We Don't See More Of This

Charl Schwartzel destroyed a golf club after a bad shot at the British Open today.

In Case You Missed It

An ESPY's photo gallery, a ridiculous how of athleticism by J.J. Watt and a great wrestling celebration highlighted today's A.M. Hot Clicks.

Impressive Musician Video Of The Day

Here's a dude who plays the guitar and drums AT THE SAME TIME.

Returning Soldier Video Of The Day

We usually see this at ball games across the country. This surprise takes place at the beach. And it's awesome.

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