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Wrigley Field Turns 100

Wrigley Field turned 100 today and SI's Tom Verducci has a good piece on why it's the nation's most meaningful sports venue while Joe Corcoran lists the 10 greatest games played at Wrigley Field. I poured through our photo archives and came up with my 13 favorite Wrigley Field photos. As a gift to my female audience, I led with these two studs vendors.

Shaq Has a LinkedIn Profile

And here's a direct quote from it: "I’m working on a lot of different ventures. My best asset is that I am proven to lead teams to championships. I mean multiple championships." Hire this man!

Your 2014 Beautiful Bulldog Winner

Congrats to Lucey, an 18-month-old bulldog, for winning the Beautiful Bulldog Competition at the Drake Relays. 

Lovely Lady Round-Up

Marisa Miller has a new photo shoot out for Glissin Spa ... The 50 top English Glamour models on the web ... Sofia Vergara on the beach in 1998 ... MTV's April Rose tried on some lingerie.

The World's Most Beautiful Person

Congrats to Lupita Nyong'o, who was named People's Most Beautiful Person for 2014. The magazine revealed its Top 10 on its website, with the full list of 100 coming out in this week's magazine. Coming in at No. 7 is Gabrielle Union, who you may also know as the future Mrs. Dwyane Wade. I'm hoping Hot Clicks faves Kate Bock and Samantha Hoopes make this list as well. We'll find out soon.

The Rich Get Richer

Gilbert Arenas won $100,000 by betting on the Wizards last night, at least according to a deleted Instagram comment. Arenas, by the way, made $22,346,536 last season and didn't play a second.

Swaggy P Rides a Zamboni

Nobody had more fun last night than Nick Young, who attended the Kings-Sharks game in a customized "Swaggy P" jersey and drove the Zamboni between periods.

Odds and Ends

Stephon Marbury wants to coach China's basketball team at the Olympics ... Bryce Harper, who was recently benched by manager Matt Williams for not hustling, barely jogged to first base on this grounder to second ... Hawks forward Mike Scott has some great emoji tattoos ... Hulk Hogan has joined the cast of Expandables 4 ... Great list of 60 customized license plates that were rejected by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles ... Tokyo shut down many of its vending machines for Barack Obama's visit to the country ...  What your favorite coffee drinks says about your personality ... The 29 greatest selfies of all time.

History of Stanley Cup Presentations

A look at how the presentation has evolved since 1949. (HT Puck Daddy)

The Allen Iverson Documentary

Here's a trailer for Iverson, the documentary of the former Sixers star.

Jimmy Kimmel Video of the Day

The late-night host asks pedestrians how they spent their Easter Sunday.

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