Hot Clicks: Gracie Carvalho; Mariners let fans Tweet beer orders

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First, it was the Bottom's Up Draft Beer Dispensing System. Now comes another revolutionary development when it comes to ballpark brews. A Seattle Mariners vendor will take beer order via Twitter. All you have to do it Tweet him your seat and order and he'll make the delivery. (Thanks to Pete, of Olympia, Wash., for the link.)

No. Waiting. In. Line.

Mariners beer vendor :: Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images

Sean Ireton (aka SeanieMic aka Parody Rapper) wanted to share this story with Hot Clicks Nation. "I was on Twitter last night and came across this tweet from Indiana Pacers guard Dahntay Jones. It's hard out there for a guy like me to find shoes that are size 15, so I replied to him. We ended up meeting downtown Indianapolis where he handed me 17 pairs of new/slightly used Nike's and Jordans for free. Here's what he gave me. No questions asked, he was just cleaning out his closet and told me he has enough shoes. Jackpot for me!"

Speaking Of Twitter...

Clutch Blog has compiled pictures of tattoos for 29 of the 30 Major League Baseball teams. If you have a Rays tattoo, contact them so they can complete their gallery.

Calling All Rays Fans

Brazilian model Gracie Carvalho gets today's LLOD honors.

Lovely Lady Of The Day

Gracie Carvalho :: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images

A couple of weeks ago, Hot Clicks told you about Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki leaving his at-bat music up to a fan vote. Katy Perry's Firework won, but after getting off to a cold start at the plate, Tulo has dumped Perry for Justin Bieber's Baby.

Katy Perry Out. Justin Bieber In.

Actually, that headline is misleading. I'd rather root for the Red Sox than read any story about Barry Bonds' trial -- unless it was fromThe Onion.

Barry Bonds Trial Update

Devin Wright, of San Francisco, was the first of many people to send in this disturbing video of a player taking a hack -- literally -- at another player -- from a recent Montreal Hockey League game.

Sports Video Of The Day

Bacon cologne. It's real.

Commercial Of The Day