Thursday's A.M. Hot Clicks
The Masters began today and the field is wide open. So who will win? This British golf fan bet the house on Rory McIlroy because the Danish pastry he purchased looks like the Irish golfer. See the photo above and judge for yourself. In the meantime, McIlroy's fiancee, Caroline Wozniacki, is in the news after dyeing her hair pink for yesterday's Par 3 tournament at Augusta National.
Jose Abreu went deep twice on Tuesday but his most impressive effort was one that went foul. The White Sox slugger tore the cover off the ball, literally, which is something I've only seen Robert Redford pull off in The Natural.
He's not just a linebacker. A.J. Hawk became an ordained minister online and performed the nuptials for Packers assistant athletic trainer Nate Weir and his bride Leslie last month.
Hot Clicks fan Cyrus in Boulder asked me to show some love to German-Jamaican model Melanie Ribbe and make her today's LLOD. Done and done.
It's shocking that a Twitter account called "Ass Pics and Vines" would get something wrong, but the nude photo it posted was not Lakers guard Nick Young and Australian rapper Iggy Azalea, as it orginally claimed. Young posted several tweets to clear the record before the actual couple in the photo came forward.
From Willie Mays Hays to The Hanson Brothers, Extra Mustard examines fictional sports movie characters.
My friends at LoudMouth Golf, the company responsible for John Daly's amazing pants, have given me three pairs of "Augusta Magic" shorts from their brand new Spring/Summer 2014 Collection. As you know, Loudmouth is "the most fun you can have with your pants on!" As for the giveaway, I will send a pair of shorts to the 15th, 30th and 45th person who emails me (email@example.com) the name of the Australian model featured in yesterday's P.M. Clicks. Please make the subject line "Loudmouth," and, of course, enjoy the Masters.
Update (10:41 a.m.): I will only accept one email per person. But great effort to the those who have sent me 20 emails hoping to win.
Update (11:10 a.m.): Contest is closed. More giveaways to come. Thanks for playing!
Two of the NBA's most athletic players, DeAndre Jordan and Serge Ibaka, met at the rim during last night's Clippers-Thunder game. Jordan won ... NBA expert Larry King weighed in on the John Calipari/Lakers rumors ... Marlins first baseman Garrett Jones will use The Ultimate Warrior's theme song as his walk-up music when he goes to bat ... Someone put out a Craigslist ad to find Paul George's missing talent ... Larry Bird's 22-year-old son, Connor, plead guilty to criminal recklessness for allegedly trying to run over his girlfriend with a car ... AJ McCarron responded to the criticism of his reality show with fiancee Katherine Webb ... Which TV shows are on the renewal bubble for next year? ... This father photoshopped his son into classic album covers ... Have you seen Julia Louis-Dreyfus' New York Post cover yet?
The Marlins intentionally walked Anthony Rendon in the eighth so they could face Jayson Werth with the bases loaded last night. This is what happened.
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Marley Sommer, who has both Downs Syndrome and autism, sang the National Anthem before last night's AHL game between the Worcester Sharks and Hartford Wolf Pack. Sommer's father, Roy, is the coach of the Sharks.
Canadiens goalie Peter Budaj accidentally knocks the puck into his own net during an overtime game against the Blackhawks.
Ludovic Zuilli, a 28-year old photographer, spent over nine hours walking backwards through the streets of Tokyo to create this video.