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Novak Djokovic :: L'Uomo Vogue
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Novak Djokovic, the No. 2 seed at Wimbledon and in action Monday against Michael Llodra, could be off his game. Apparently, the Serbian is "distressed" because his pet poodle Pierre has been banned from Wimbledon.
Fish FailFirst, the Marlins lost three home games when its series against the Mariners was moved to Seattle because U2 is playing a concert at Sun Life Stadium this Wednesday. (Apparently, the band needs three days to set up their stage.) Also, yesterday's game against the Mariners started at 10 p.m. ET because the Seattle Sounders played an MLS game in the afternoon at nearby Qwest Field. And, for the icing on the cake, the Marlins ended up losing last night when pitcher Steve Cishek threw a wild pitch -- on an intentional walk!
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Photo Gallery Of The Day
Erin Heatherton :: APLots of requests have come in lately for Hot Clicks to feature Victoria's Secret model Erin Heatherton. This new gallery must be the reason.
Still On A HighDirk Nowitzki threw out the first pitch at last Friday's Rangers game. It wasn't exactly a strike down the middle, but based on his reaction, it's hard to remember another athlete having as much fun throwing out the first pitch.
Awesome, Baby!Dick Vitale spent his weekend judging the 15th Annual Hooters International Swimsuit Pageant.
Sports Video Of The DayI don't know anything about Aussie Rules Football, but I do know that jumping over another human being -- literally -- to make a catch is damn impressive.
Look Into The Future Video Of The DayHow would you like to do your grocery shopping at a subway station? It's already happening in Korea. (Thanks to Buzzfeed.com for the video.)
Busted Video Of The DaySince baseball stadiums don't allow people to bring their own beer, these two Giants fans did the only thing possible: put beer cans down their pants. (Thanks to Josh Gaub, of Cleveland, for the link.)