Not only was Kate Upton in the house for Friday's Red Sox-Yankees game, but 111-year-old Bernando LaPollo was there too. Yes, the man in the picture above with manager Joe Girardi is 111 years old! Let me repeat: 111 year old. In other news from the Bronx, a rainstorm shortened last night's game and scared the living daylights out of Boston and New York players. (Side note: "Living daylights" is one of those phrases people use, but I have no idea what it means.)
UPDATE: Just as I was about to post Hot Clicks, people had to ruin a good story and alert me that there are questions about LaPollo's age.
Of course a few days after saying I hate Vine, someone goes and makes a great Vine video mixing Boyz N The Hood, LeBron James sprinting after a foul call, and LeBron flooping. U.S. soccer star Alex Morgan also got into the Vine action mocking the Prancercise video from Thursday's Hot Clicks.
The Padres have put a new spin on the postgame celebration. Instead of smashing a pie in the face of a player, San Diego players are dumping Gatorade on the team's sideline reporter. I recommend watching the second clip here so you can hear legendary announcer Dick Enberg getting a huge kick out of the antics.
Last Friday, Kunal, of Sacramento, wrote, "Been following Hot Clicks for a long time now and it always seems to get me thru the day. Tomorrow is my 30th birthday and I was hoping that per special request, I can have you feature Natalia Siwiec! That would be an awesome start to a birthday weekend. Also, can you give a shout out to my buddy Robby who follows Hot Clicks just as much as I do?" I didn't honor the request on Friday, because Kunal didn't need this before the birthday festivities. He needs this now, because the fun is over and it's Monday and he now has nothing to look forward to. So we'll fix that by linking to Natalia Siwiec today. ... Model Kim Cloutier has a new photoshoot out. ... WWE Diva and friend of Hot Clicks, Summer Rae, is the subject of this new profile and gallery on WWE.com.
Nice use of an umbrella by this Orioles fan yesterday.
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According to Fox News, the Gyros are a Major League Baseball team. (Thanks to Brad Newman, of Raleigh, N.C., for the video.)