August 16, 2012
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Umpire Greg Gibson took this shot to the face from Torii Hunter last night. Gibson, who ended up needing some stitches, actually caught a break, because Hunter was wearing rubber cleats instead of the metal ones he had worn the previous two games.
Perfect Celebration
Felix Hernandez's perfect game wasn't just celebrated at Safeco Field yesterday. Here is video of the Jackson (Tenn.) Generals, the Mariners' Class AA team, watching the final out at their stadium and going nuts afterward. Hernandez's older brother, Moises, plays for Jackson. He's No. 45 in the video. (Thanks to Eric Goldberg, of Everett, Wash., for the link.)
Today In NFL Rookie Hazing
Broncos veterans took all the rookies' clothes and threw them in a hallway, while the Panthers Saran Wrapped Brenton Bersins car.
Photo Gallery Of The Day
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We are now less than three weeks away from the first game of the NFL season. The Cowboys and Giants will play on Wednesday, Sept. 5 to get the 2012 campaign under way. In honor of this beautiful news, Hot Clicks will randomly feature some of the top NFL cheerleading squads a few times a week from now until kickoff. We start things off with the Philadelphia Eagles squad, which happens to have a swimsuit calendar on sale.
This Guy Is Having A Good Week
Forget about getting his wish to escape Orlando. If the rumors are true, the true highlight of Dwight Howard's week is dating singer Ciara.
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Hall of Fame Dodgers announcer Vin Scully joined the latest show to discuss his 63 years -- let me repeat -- 63 years behind the mic. You can listen to the podcast via the player below, download it on iTunes or download it to your mp3 player.

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Sports Video Of The Day
In Tuesday's P.M. Hot Clicks, we told you about the 12-year-old boy from Dallas who was banned from Pee Wee football because he's 6-foot-1, 297 pounds. The folks at have decided to put their spin on the story, and the amount of inappropriateness in this video, especially in the final scene, is off the charts.

Music Video Of The Day
In Monday's A.M. Hot Clicks, we posted video of a guy doing a very passionate Five Guys review. That review has now been autotuned.

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