The Agony And The Ecstasy
Matt Joyce :: AP
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Rays outfielder Matt Joyce hit a three-run homer in the top of the ninth to snap a 1-1 tie against the Yankees last night. On the swing, however, Joyce twisted his ankle, causing him to fall down and then limp around the bases.
This Guy Has Had Two Awesome Nights In A RowTwo nights ago Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton hit four home runs. Last night, during a rain delay, he turned the tarp into his own personal Slip 'N Slide.
The Worst Opening To A Sports Broadcast In The History Of TelevisionIt came before last night's Rangers-Capitals from CBC host Ron MacLean, who may take sports more seriously than any person on earth.
Photo Gallery Of The Day
Irina Shayk :: Europa PressIt's been a while since Hot Clicks has featured a new gallery from Irina Shayk. That changes today.
This Is Not Nice, Part IWhile Heat forward Shane Battier was down on the floor during last night's Knicks-Heat game, Amar'e Stoudemire extended a hand to help him up -- only to pull it back just as Battier went to grab it.
This Is Not Nice, Part IIDuring the Angels' on-field handshakes after beating the Twins last night, infielder Erick Aybar playfully faked out Albert Pujols on a high-five and instead slapped his elbow. This did not sit well with Pujols, who promptly threw his glove at Aybar.
Jon Hamm Video Of The DayThe site RookieMag.com recently had Mad Men star Jon Hamm answer relationship questions submitted by teenagers. Hamm played it straight, and the result is this amusing video.
Trying To Get A Kiss Video Of The DayCheck out this little boy who refuses to give up his pursuit of planting one on the object of his affection. (On a side note, I tweeted this video out last night, and many, many people responded with Ben Roethlisberger jokes, so if you're about to do the same via e-mail, just pump the brakes. I've heard them all already.)