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Hot Clicks: Jennie Finch shown up; George Steinbrenner on Seinfeld

He's Still Got It
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Yesterday's P.M. Hot Clicks featured a link to some pictures of Maria Menounos and Marisa Miller at Saturday's MLB All-Star Legends & Celebrity softball. Today, we bring you this great clip of Rickey Henderson showboating and strutting after homering against Jennie Finch.
Speaking Of All-Star Festivites...
ESPN's Bobby Valentine had an interesting pick to win last night's Home Run Derby.
Security Stumped On This One
Hot Clicks has always enjoyed videos of fans running onto the field and then getting tackled by security after they run in circles. However, this clip from a recent CFL game raises the bar on that practice.
RIP, Boss
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George Steinbrenner bought the Yankees in 1973 for $10 million. Forbes now values the franchise at $1.6 billion. That's more remarkable than the seven World Series the Yankees won under Steinbrenner. And while George seemed all business, he invaded the the world of pop culture many times. He hosted Saturday Night Live in 1990, was a featured character on Seinfeld (which led to him being part of one of the great scenes in the show's history) and made light of Derek Jeter's nightlife in a Visa commercial.
Get That Man An NFL Contract
Check out this sick catch by wide receiver Matt Fields of the Arena League's Dallas Vigilantes.
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Sports Video Of The Day
Wrestling fans of the late '90s will appreciate this LeBron James video. (Thanks to Lino, of Palatine, Ill., for the link.)

George Steinbrenner Video Of The Day
Check out George Steinbrenner's scenes from an episode of Seinfeld that never made it to air. They were part of the deleted scenes feature on the Season 7 DVD.

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