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Today is Opening Day -- the real Opening Day. The Sunday-night game never has been and never will be Opening Day. Speaking of the Sunday-night game, it was interesting to put on ESPN at 8 p.m. last night and see a women's college basketball game instead of Braves-Phillies, which was relegated to ESPN2. Memo to Major League Baseball: YOU NOW HAVE YOUR OWN NETWORK! If you're going to be relegated to ESPN's secondary channel for the first game of the season, you might want to tell the Worldwide Leader to do something graphic and then put the game on YOUR OWN NETWORK. But today is not a time for negativity. It's a time to celebrate our national pastime and enjoy Opening Day. Now, since there isn't a way to tie a lovely lady into all of this, I did the only natural thing: I took to Twitter and asked followers who they'd like to see at the top of Hot Clicks today. There were some great suggestions, but G4 TV's Olivia Munn won out.
Here are 10 milestones that can happen this year. ... Here are some last-minute tips if you're going to place a wager on some team win totals. ... Gunaxin.com previews all 30 teams (and manages to find a picture of a woman wearing a piece of apparel from each squad). ... Pop Crunch looks at the 25 hottest MLB WAGs.
BlackSportsOnline.com has put together an unbelievable long list of Shaquille O'Neal's greatest quotes.
You wouldn't think a beef between Cheryl Miller and Scot Pollard would be that exciting, but that is far from the case.
You may think writing on the face of someone who's passed out is immature, cruel and pathetic. Or you may think it's freakin' funny. No matter where you stand on the issue, however, I think we can all agree that this piece, in which the National Lampoon Splog takes a Sharpie to some athletes' faces, is amusing.
Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen had a second wedding ceremony over the weekend, but this one reportedly turned into an episode of The Sopranos.
Martin, of Fort Collins, Col., wonders if this is the goal of the year.
Jordan, of Fullerton, Calif., sends in this clip of Kobe Bryant taunting teammate DJ Mbenga for looking like Sloth from Goonies.
The 100 best movie lines in 200 seconds.
Sean Turley, of Fishers, Ind., sent in this trailer for The Hangover, which Turley says "has the potential to be the greatest bachelor party movie of all time." I thought the preview was just OK until the very end, when a very famous athlete made a pretty funny appearance.