Thursday's A.M. Hot Clicks
You don't see too many Silly String celebrations in sports these days, but the Rays had one last night after they beat the Indians in the AL wild-card game. It was a perfect night for Tampa Bay, minus pitcher David Price having a bubble burst right on his face and outfielder David DeJesus getting some bizarre-looking liquid thing thrown at him via an Indians fan.
Avalanche coach Patrick Roy was not happy with what he thought was a cheap hit on one of his players last night during his team's win against the Ducks. So Roy went nuts, screamed at Anaheim coach Bruce Boudreau and almost knocked over the glass partition betweent benches. Speaking of Boudreau, Andrew B. of Arlington, Va., points out that if you Google the coach's name, the first photo that comes up shows him thoroughly enjoying a ketchup packet.
A local Pittsburgh hospital is dressing all newborn babies in Pirates gear.
Andy, of Tulsa, Okla., sent along this must-see YouTube video of Israeli actress Moran Atias and demanded she be in Hot Clicks. ... This is the first time Estonian model Anett Griffel has been in Hot Clicks. ... This is about the millionth time Swedish model Johanna Lundback has been in Hot Clicks.
Coyotes goaltender Thomas Greiss has the scariest mask in the league.
Legendary Dodgers announcer Vin Scully caused a stir yesterday when he intimated that the 2014 season would be his last. However, the 85-year-old play-by-play man later backtracked on the comments and said he'll evaluate his future in July or August.
Here's a compilation of sideline reporters having some rough moments.
I saw this video of a guy making a rocking chair without any power tools on Reddit this morning. I don't know why it's mesmerizing, but it is.