Monday's A.M. Hot Clicks: RUZ; Very Old People Throw First Pitches
It was a great weekend for old people doing sporty things. On Saturday, 108-year-old Mariners fan Evelyn Jones became the oldest person to throw out a first pitch when she fired a strike to Felix Hernandez. Jones's record overshadowed 104-year-old Orioles fan Cora Purcell (who threw out the first pitch before Saturday's game against the Nats) and Babe Ruth's 98-year-old daughter Julia Ruth Stevens (who threw out the first pitch before Sunday's Red Sox-Yankees game). To top it off, NBC Nightly News featured the Albuquerque Cruisin' Big Dogs, a badass basketball team made up of women in their 80s and 90s.
What is Wrong With You?
Have you read the details about the arrest of Bills offensive line coach Aaron Kromer? Three young boys were fishing at a beach in Florida when Kromer started yelling at them about the chairs they were using. Kromer then grabbed their fishing pole, threw it into the water, pushed one of the boys to the ground and punched him in the face. He then allegedly told one of the boys that he'd kill his family if he reported the incident to the police. In today's MMQB, Peter King said the incident is "very unlike the Kromer I know." Expect a swift ruling by King Goodell as soon as the facts are sorted out.
"Karate Hottie" Wins Again
Michelle Waterson (a.k.a. The Karate Hottie) made her UFC debut on Sunday and defeated Angela Mangena via a third-round tapout. Since you're wondering, this is how Waterson earned her nickname.
Lovely Lady of the Day
I'm long overdue for a one-name model. With that in mind, here's model Ruz of Mexico. She earns today's honors (click here for full-size gallery).
Nothing to do with sports, but Joaquin (El Chapo) Guzman escaped from a maximum security Mexican prison through a 1.5-kilometer (1 mile) tunnel from a small opening in the shower area of his cell. The opening then connected with a tunnel that was fully ventilated and had lighting.
Dodgers Build Juan Uribe Shrine
Yikes is Right
Can't Say I Blame Him
Odds & Ends
Mets players made a Lucas Duda fan page on Instagram ... A Spurs fans is celebrating LaMarcus Aldridge's arrival by getting Aldridge's face carved into his hair ... Are you ready for the American Cornhole Championship? ... Fox Sports suspended Donovan McNabb indefinitely after his DUI arrest ... Billy Hamilton somehow stole third base while the catcher threw back to the pitcher ... LeBron James is still having nightmares over the Finals loss to the Warriors ... Cincinnati fans are not loving Andy Dalton these days ... Pete Rose has Snoop Dogg's support in his battle for reinstatement. Tommy Lasorda, however, is not in Rose's camp ... Nuggets rookie Emmanuel Mudiay is off to a good start in summer league ... Zach Johnson got the life scared out of him by a poorly-time air cannon blow ... Tip of the cap to Scott Jurek, who hiked the entire 2,189-mile Appalachian Trail in a record 46 days, eight hours ... Aly Raisman "could have walked to Starbucks naked" during her ESPN Magazine "Body Issue" shoot ... Danica Patrick was not pleased with Dale Earnhardt Jr. during Saturday's Quaker State 400 ... Nic Cage in a Cage, coming to an Australian music festival later this month ... Dogs are the best, especially when they have garden hoses ... For those who wondered what it would've been like if The Fresh Prince had Instagram.
Marshawn Lynch: Kickball King
The Seahawks back shows off his cannon during a charity event last week.
Trampoline Trick Shot of the Day
Kevin Libertwoski uses a trampoline and some flips to convert an impressive trick shot (H/T Bob's Blitz)
Dwight Howard Impersonates Arnold Schwarzenegger
Nathan Friend of the National Rugby League’s New Zealand Warriors pulls off a between-the-legs, mid-air backflip pass in Sunday’s game against Melbourne.
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