Wednesday's A.M. Hot Clicks
Albert "Nostradamus" Pujols predicted before last night's game that he'd hit two home runs and collect five RBIs, and then he went out and did just that, collecting his 500th career round-tripper in the Angels 7-2 win over the Nationals. Even more impressive: The Angels fan who caught the ball will return it to Pujols and doesn't want any money in return. Fans of the Cardinals, Pujols' former team, had a mixed reaction to the feat.
The Broncos need a replacement for Eric Decker. Maybe they should sign this kid up.
I came across this photo of Gemma Lee Farrell, Emily Sears and Jessica Cribbon at last night's Kings-Sharks game and realized I had three LLOD candidates. I'm going with Farrell since I discovered the photo on her feed, but there are worse ways to waste five minutes of your life than checking out Sears' and Cribbon's Instagram feeds.
Drake likes to be clean. The Toronto native attended last night's Raptors-Nets game and noticed his pants were a little dirty so he busted out his lint roller (because all big stars carry their own lint rollers) and dusted himself off. Fast forward to this morning and there are roughly 10,000 articles about Drake's big adventure with lint.
In honor of Matt Harvey, Complex has put together a gallery of athletes flipping the bird.
The Lakers are leaning toward keeping Mike D'Antoni as their head coach next season, which is a good excuse to bust out this 1987 shot of D'Antoni in action while a member of Italy's Tracer Milan squad. Nice legs!
Who wants to buy Roy Hibbert on Amazon? The asking price is only $143,000 ... The Jaguars and Panthers, who both entered the NFL as expansion franchises in 1995, have identical 144-160 records ... Pacers teammates Lance Stephenson and Evan Turner exchanged punches before Indiana's first playoff game ... Jeff Francoeur has turned into quite the pitcher for the El Paso Chihuahuas ... A MMA apparel company is offering a $5,000 bonus to the fighter who knocks out Ronda Rousey ... Browns QB Brian Hoyer knows his way around the kitchen ... Bradley Beal does not care for deep dish pizza ... The #MyNYPD hashtag campaign was a total disaster ... An oral history of Mystery Science Theater 3000.
In case you didn't see the milestone home run.
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This little guy is really excited about snagging a foul ball.
By "NBA fight," I mean lots of pushing and no punches thrown. Though Kirk Hinrich ripping off his goggles was great.
Andy Parker of WGRZ in Buffalo can't get through his segment.