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The Orioles and Mariners were scoreless heading into the 12th inning last night. Seattle scored a run in the top half of the inning, but Baltimore prevailed in the bottom of the 12th when it scored two runs on shortstop's J.J. Hardy single. However, this was not the most significant development of the evening. It was the fact that one fan caught three foul balls. (Thanks to Paul, of York, Pa., for the link.)
I Hope He Plays The Lottery Tonight
Baltimore Orioles :: Karl Merton Ferron/Baltimore Sun/MCT via Getty Images
Check out the impressive trick shotRoger Federer pulled off in his match yesterday against Richard Gasquet.
The NBA's Eastern Conference Finals begin Sunday when Miami visits Chicago. Before we move onto to that series, we need to put the finishing touches on the Heat's win against the Celtics by posting this humorous rant/speech/diatribe from Dan LeBatard of Miami's 790 The Ticket.
Closing The Celtics Coffin
Photo Gallery Of The Day
Arianny Celeste :: Angela Weiss/Getty Images
The New York Post couldn't resist going after Tiger Woodson the cover of its Friday's edition. Meanwhile, this news anchor had a classic Freudian slip when it came to reporting the news of Tiger pulling out of the The Players Championship on Thursday.
Tiger = Comedy
And They Didn't Even Get Food
Howard Stern Show producer Gary Dell'Abate joined me this week to talk about his book, They Call Me Baba Booey, the Stern show, his infamous first pitch debacle and much more. Listen to it below or download it on iTunes.
The Hot Clicks Podcast
If you listen to the podcast with Gary Dell'Abate, you'll hear him reveal that he found footage of Chris Rock also embarrassing himself with a first pitch that didn't come close to home plate. Gary promised to send it to me so I could share it with Hot Clicks Nation. Here it is.
Sports Video Of The Day
Here is the latest installment of This Week in Unnecessary Censorship.
Jimmy Kimmel Video Of The Day
Actually, this isn't a missed high five. It's a missed fist bump. It happened on last night's American Idol (at the 40-second mark of the clip), where James Durbin got robbed. (Thanks to Jarett Lena, of Yorktown, N.Y., Ronnie Parrish, of Zebulon, N.C., Chris Stroup, of Alexandria, Minn., Chris P., of Salt Lake City, Sean Murphy, of Fremont, Neb., and Matt, of Wilson, Pa., for the tip.)
Missed High Five Video Of The Day