Friday's A.M. Hot Clicks
I'm Chris Sesno, back one more day to fill in for Jimmy.
The Red Sox had an incredible comeback last night, tallying six runs in the bottom of the ninth to squeak by the Mariners. After the game, sideline reporter Jenny Dell was interviewing Jonny Gomes when the two were doused with ice water. Credit to Dell, who had a laugh and barely broke stride with the interview. You can check out more photos of ballplayers -- and often sideline reporters -- getting coolers dumped on them in this gallery.
A few weeks back, Mets pitcher Matt Harvey asked Mets fans about Matt Harvey and most didn't recognize him. With the Redskins in Richmond for training camp, outside linebacker Ryan Kerrigan took to the streets for a similar exercise. He even had one female fan confess her love for Kerrigan without realizing she was talking to him.
While we're on the subject of Redskins training camp, the team brought in a helicopter to dry the practice fields by hovering a few feet off the ground.
It's been over a year since Victoria's Secret model Barbara Palvin has been in Hot Clicks, but you'll want to see her new work. ... Somehow these photos of model Rosie Jones are considered "outtakes." ... My colleague Andy Gray has an interview with SI Swimsuit Model Hannah Davis' best friend, the lovely Zan Schmidt, and a gallery of the two.
Here's a video of Wizards PG John Wall allegedly throwing a full-court alley oop to himself. I'm not buying it.
Here's the latest installment of This Week in Unnecessary Censorship.
If you've got eight and a half minutes, this is a cool video of legendary skateboarder Bob Burnquist. If you don't have eight and a half minutes, jump ahead to the 6:20 mark when a chopper shows up and starts doing tricks of its own.
The Houston Texans cheerleaders had an impromptu dance-off at a grocery store. Check out that shopper in the background; there's no way he left with everything on his grocery list.