Alex Rodriguez :: Jim McIsaac/Getty Images
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Alex Rodriguez hit his 600th career home run today. Judging from the photo above, A-Rod is telling the first base coach, "I don't know why I took so long." Anyway, the only interesting thing about Rodriguez reaching this milestone is that he hit the homer into Yankee Stadium's Monument Park, where, obviously, there are no fans. The YES Network, though, reported that if a fan had caught the ball, the Yankees were prepared to offer them a bunch of autographed stuff AND lunch with A-Rod and Cameron Diaz. It would've been fun to see how many Yankees fans would've tried to get the lunch changed from A-Rod to just about anyone else on the team.
Catch Of The DayI have no idea if this is old or new, and I can't even read the description because it's not in English. But it was uploaded to You Tube today, and it's one of the best catches you'll ever see on a baseball field. (Thanks to Mike S., of Fair Lawn, NJ., for the link.)
Now THIS Is HazingCarrying shoulder pads is nothing compared to the embarrassment Jaguars rookies have to endure.
Lovely Lady Of The Day
Kenda Perez :: Frank Micelotta/Getty ImagesJason, of Owosso, Mich., says "You need to have Kenda Perez as LLOD! She hosts the Best of PRIDE on SpikeTV." OK, done.
Adding To The ListThere are conflicting reports about whether Shaquille O'Neal will join the Boston Celtics. If he does, Rumors and Rants recommends that he adopts one of these nicknames.
Even If They're Fake, They're Still AwesomeThe English Premier League team Aston Villa, has put a couple of must-see viral ads.
The League ExpandsFor those of you who were fans of FX's The League, a sitcom about fantasy football, it returns in September with 13 episodes. Season 1 contained just six.
Sports Video Of The DayThings here don't pick up until the 1:00 mark, but this 77-year-old woman attempts a 50-foot putt for $10,000. The announcer screams like Gus Johnson and goes in for sneaky kiss like Richard Dawson. (Thanks to Glen, of Orange, Calif., of Mike J., of Rockville, Md., for the link.)
Music Video Of The DayYesterday, I told you that the University of Georgia was ranked the No. 1 party school in America. Well, the Bulldogs' good fortune has come to an end because this video is now all over the Internet.