Get previous editions of Hot Clicks | Follow Jimmy Traina on Twitter | Subscribe to the Hot Clicks Podcast | Join the Hot Clicks Facebook Group | E-mail a comment, question or link.
Yes, the Heat closed out the Celtics last night, but we have to start with the wild ending to the Angels-White Sox game. Chicago came away with a 6-4 win in 10 innings, but you have to see how the Sox did it. First, they scored the go-ahead run in the top of 10th inning when shortstop Alexi Ramirez scored from third on a wild pitch -- on an intentional walk. They then sealed the victory with this behind-the-back flip from first baseman Paul Konerko to retire Torii Hunter.