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AskMen.com is conducting The 2009 Great Male Survey. The site came to me for some sports questions and, naturally, I worked in one about gambling and another about the hottest woman associated with sports. On a similar note, Gunaxin.com recently had me participate in its "Six Questions With" feature. And because I care about you guys, I worked in an Eva Mendes mention. When you read the feature, just click on her name. Trust me.
Such a shame about the Red Sox last night. Anyway, before Boston choked up a big lead in Baltimore, the most embarrassing part of its night was when the team walked off the field in the bottom of the sixth -- after recording the SECOND out of the inning.
Most sports movies suck. It's just a fact. And a post from TrueSlant.com titled "Five Heartwarming Sports Moments Hollywood Would Ruin" pretty much sums up why.
To all the fine folks up North, Hot Clicks sends best wishes. I'm sure you're enjoying some of these things.
LeBron James fan
Hugging Harold Reynolds takes up a cause I've long championed. It's giving us five reasons networks should show people running onto the field during baseball games.
If you despise all the corporate names attached to stadiums, these shirts are for you.
The latest person Bruno has ticked off? A Los Angeles school superintendent, who was not happy that his high school football team posed for a picture with Bruno, which ran in GQ.
Check out Joe Carter, Ozzie Smith, Rick Sutcliffe, Ellis Burks and Wally Joyner competing against five umpires in this old edition of Family Feud.
I'm calling B.S. on this one right now. There's no way this aired on a newscast. There are no chyrons or graphics. The reporter's tone is laughable. And, well, what can I say about the cardboard cutout? (Thanks to Steve Cook, of San Diego, and John, of North Carolina, for the link.)