Monday's A.M. Hot Clicks
Wimbledon started today, but there was PLENTY of action from England over the weekend. Maria Sharapova got down in the mud with Serena Williams ("If she wants to talk about something personal, maybe she should talk about her relationship and her boyfriend that was married and is getting a divorce and has kids") after Williams apparently said some unkind things about her in a recent interview. Serena said she apologized to Sharapova for the controversy while, of course, still playing the "I didn't say those things" card. Finally, Heather Watson called out both Sharapova and Serena for not being friendly on the WTA tour. I now present the following clip without comment.
Every Major League player remembers their first hit. Pirates catcher Tony Sanchez will remember his for a few reasons. Not only did the rookie smack a double against the Angels yesterday, but it got stuck in the outfield wall. Literally, stuck. The guy who had to climb a ladder to retrieve couldn't even yank it out at first.
Lots going on in this video from Sunday's Giants game. The pros: Fan makes a great catch and gets a beer spilled on him. The cons: He used a glove (hence the asterisk above) and threw the ball back on the field.
I know 10 minute videos are a no-no in Hot Clicks, but this was too creative to pass up. This was the very funny mega-rant unleashed by Miami radio host Dan LeBatard on Friday after the Heat won the NBA title.
Reporter drops two f-bombs (unbleeped, so lower your speakers if you're at work). Anchor in studio looks like she might die.