June 26, 2012
Too Soon
Kevin Youkilis :: AP

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Notable White Sox fan, President Barack Obama, wasted no time tweaking Red Sox Nation regarding the addition his team's new third baseman. Obama was in Boston for a fundraiser on Monday when he thanked the Red Sox for Kevin Youkilis. (Obama would've gotten a better reaction at the Republican National Convention.) Meanwhile, it looks like White Sox manager Robin Ventura still has to learn how to spell Youkilis' last name.
Not Bad For An Old Guy
With Jamie Moyer out of the big leagues at the moment, Blue Jays shortstop Omar Vizquel is MLB's eldest statesman at 45 years old. Vizquel showed all the kids how to bust a move during last night's Toronto-Boston rain delay.
Photo Of The Day
Arizona won the College World Series last night. That was only part of the fun for Wildcats center fielder Joey Rickard. This also happened. (Thanks to @SIVault for the photo.)
Photo Gallery Of The Day
Blake Lively :: Kevin Winter/Getty Images
Blake Lively hasn't been in Hot Clicks lately, but after seeing the pictures of her from last night's premiere for her upcoming movie, Savages, we had to put her in the spotlight.
The Old Ocho Is Back
Chad Ochocinco sent the following tweet to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell yesterday: "@nflcommish Dad... I love u but I will be a problem this year.. all fine money this year can be collected from @MiamiDolphins #management". That in and of itself was newsworthy, but it was Ochocinco's Twitter performance this morning that really stood out. Apparently, ESPN's Mike and Mike in the Morning took Ochocinco to task for the tweet, which led to this classic (and NSFW) response from the wide receiver. Mike and Mike saw the tweet and invited Ocho on their show. He then turned the tables and invited the radio duo on his show, but Mike and Mike kept groveling and groveling even though they were told to basically F-off.
This Is Why They're The Lovable Losers
Only the Cubs could have this happen to a players' helmet.
Sports Video Of The Day
A cameraman at Wimbledon fell and got trapped by his camera yesterday.

Mashup Video Of The Day
Aaron Sorkin's The Newsroom has gotten a lot of online buzz since debuting on HBO this past Sunday. If you watched the show and thought some of the dialogue sounded familiar, well, you were right. Here is the proof, via all of the shows Sorkin has written.

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