I'll do my best to sum up the events of last night's Braves-Nationals skirmish. Bryce Harper hit a bomb off of Julio Teheran, and Harper, in the opinion of the Braves, took too long to round the bases. The next time Harper was up, Teheran hit him with a pitch. This led to the benches clearing even though no punches were thrown. After the game, Harper had a great response when asked if he was surprised to get hit, saying, "I hit the ball pretty far off him, so no, not really." The bad feelings from all this then carried over to each team's Twitter account as they traded childish barbs. And then Chipper Jones, who had plenty to say about Harper's actions during the game, quit Twitter.
After cruising past Florian Mayer, 6-2, 6-1 at the Rogers Cup yesterday, Novak Djokovic stayed on the court to energetically dance to Daft Punk's Get Lucky. (More Get Lucky at the end of this Hot Clicks.)
You need to jack up your volume to truly appreciate this clip of a woman shrieking in horror as a foul ball comes her way at last night's Giants game.
Ruvi Bazaz, a LLOD in April, is featured in the current issue of Esquire Malaysia. ... Recent Hot Clicks Podcast guest, Emily Ratajkowski, is back with a new photoshoot. ... Model Klaudia El Dursi, has never been in Hot Clicks before. That changes today.
A group of bare-chested Twins fans who wanted everyone to know which team they cheer for were a man short last night. So they improvised.
Major props to the Carolina Panthers, who let a young boy from the Make-A-Wish Foundation take over as head coach for a day earlier this week.
I don't want to spoil this for you by listing all of the celebrites in the video, but you'll want to watch Colbert and friends dancing to Daft Punk's Get Lucky.