Hot Clicks: Delta Goodrem; Jamie Moyer becomes oldest pitcher to win game

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Well, that is the face of a 49-year-old. And that 49-year-old became the oldest pitcher in Major League history to win a game last night, and he did so in impressive fashion. Jamie Moyer gave up two runs (none earned) over seven innings to beat San Diego and earn his 268th career victory. Here's a look at how Moyer has aged through the years using baseball cards.

Does This Look Like The Face Of A 49-Year-Old?

Jamie Moyer :: Doug Pensinger/Getty Images

The Panthers earned a 4-3 win over the Devils last night, but that wasn't enough to earn them some respect in their home market. Reader David B., says, "Jimmy, my Florida Panthers had a huge comeback win. Unfortunately, my local news station (WSVN7) can't put the right Panthers team on the newscast, confusing them with the FIU Panthers."

Florida Fail

If you want to see Sidney Crosby dressed up as the Cowardly Penguin, the Philadelphia Daily Newscame through for you.

Philly's Public Enemy No. 1

There are rumors that Seal has moved on from Heidi Klum by dating Australian singer Delta Goodrem, although the duo says they are just friends. For Seal's sake, he should hope they're more than friends because Goodrem is stunning.

Photo Gallery Of The Day

Delta Goodrem :: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images

Time magazine just released its list of the 100 Most Influential People in the World. Tim Tebow, Jeremy Lin, Novak Djokovic and Lionel Messimade the cut. Lin didn't just make the list, but he also wrote a blurb about Tebow.

Not Everyone Thinks Linsanity Is Dead

Coyotes forward Raffi Torres laid out Blackhawks forward Marian Hossa last night, resulting in Hossa leaving the ice on a stretcher. This link (scroll down) has video of the Coyotes announcers saying "that was as clean as a hit as you're gonna get." The video below features the Chicago announcers having a slightly different take.

Sports Video Of The Day

This guy is great. The reporter is even better for keeping it together.

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