Tuesday's P.M. Hot Clicks
In an interview with The Boston Globe, former Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine claims that had the team decided to bring him back this year, he could've led them to the World Series. For those keeping track at home, the Sox won 69 games last season with Valentine at the helm and 97 this year with John Farrell as manager.
Former Eagles wide receiver Freddie Mitchell had an incredible rant on the Facebook page of NBC Sports Radio host Eytan Shander, saying that the Eagles lost the 2004 Super Bowl because Donovan McNabb had a "sh--ty-ass arm" and that Rodney Harrison's success was due to his HGH use.
Rick's Cabaret has lifted its ban on showing Giants game on their TVs.
Gunaxin has compiled the 100 sexiest horror movie actresses of all time and included in the list is actress Odette Yustman, who started her career at age five as one of the kids in Kindergarden Cop. Needless to say, she's come a long way.
Jeff Garcia reached out to the Browns to let them know he's still available if they need a QB.
Bears TE Martellus Bennett called Brandon Meriweather a "scumbag" during an interview with Chicago’s 670 The Score. He also wants to "punch Meriweather in the face."
This baseball fan somehow was able to purchase a $759 World Series ticket for $6 on StubHub ... Were Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey responsible for the Red Sox-Cardinals World Series? ... Here are 50 Thanksgiving foods for people who love bacon ... John Sterling will do play-by-play for the inaugural Kitty Bowl, which will be played at halftime of this year's Super Bowl.
The biggest moments from the 2013 ALCS and NLCS get the OYO Sportstoys treatment.
Our favorite animators have fun with Michael Vick being named the NFL's most disliked player.
Red Bulls forward Tim Cahill scored the fastest goal in MLS history, seven seconds into the match against the Dynamo on Sunday.