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Rangers catcher/first baseman Mike Napoli bet Fox Sports Southwest reporter Emily Jones that the Heat would beat the Mavericks in the NBA Finals. Obviously, that did not happen, and as result Jones picked Napoli's at-bat music Tuesday night. The three songs Napoli ended up coming to the plate to: Shania Twain's I Feel Like A Woman, Culture Club's Do You Really Want To Hurt Me and Right Said Fred's I'm Too Sexy. I'd like to thank Jones for giving me a chance to lead Hot Clicks with a picture of Right Said Fred for the first (and I'm sure the last time) in its history. And I'd like to let YouTube user "alexschneidr" know that I'm extremely disappointed you posted video of I'm Too Sexy and I Feel Like a Woman but not Do You Really Want to Hurt Me, which is a personal favorite. (Thanks to Mike Klug, of Houston, for the link.)
Wanna Feel Old?
Today is the 15th anniversary of one of (if not the) biggest angle in wrestling history.
MLB Promotion Of The Day
If you're a San Francisco Giants fan who had relations that resulted in a pregnancy on the night they won the World Series, Comcast Sports Net Bay Area wants to hear from you.
Photo Gallery Of The Day
Lais Ribeiro :: Mike Coppola/FilmMagic/Getty Images
Victoria's Secret just released this new commercial with model Lais Ribero that's rapidly spreading across the Internet. I figured you might want to get more familiar with her -- and her truly ridiculous legs.
PR E-Mails Are The Best
Anyone interested in prop bets on when Dereck Jetter will get his 3,000th hit?
E-Mail Of The Day
As we told you yesterday afternoon, Cowboys wide receiver Roy Williams isn't exactly the romantic type. But he did come through for Hot Clicks reader Michael Meyer, of Cleveland, who says, "Jimmy, I read the story about Roy Williams mailing the engagement ring in Wednesday's P.M. Hot Clicks. As I sit and study for the Ohio bar exam, (with the TV on in the background) I hear that Brooke Daniels rejected Roy's proposal but wants to keep the ring/is refusing to give it back. Not five minutes before that I read in my real property Outline (direct quote) 'Because an engagement ring is given in contemplation of marriage, it is a conditional gift that MUST be returned if the condition of marriage is not fulfilled.' I might fail the exam, but I will not miss a question concerning an engagement ring. Thanks, Roy!"
Sports Video Of The Day
If you are male, you will squirm while watching this takedown. (Thanks to Daryl Lanier, of Jacksonville, Fla., for the link.)

Dancing Video Of The Day
The Hard Knocks-like Showtime series, THE FRANCHISE: A Season with the San Francisco Giants debuts next Wednesday at 10 p.m., ET. Here's a preview clip in which first baseman/outfielder Aubrey Huff shows off how he dances at the club.

Wedding Video Of The Day
Via Buzzfeed.com comes this wedding entrance gone wrong.

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