History of the Bombers' Babes: Hot Clicks
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Even though Derek Jeter told us we shouldn't believe everything we read about his personal life, we still got a huge kick out of this song titled, It's Good To Be A Yankee, which sums up the history of famous women who have been linked to past and present Bombers. And since we're on this topic, The World of Isaac has an in-depth report on other '80s pop stars (beside Madonna who could be linked to A-Rod. (Warning: Link contains strong language.)
We totally missed the awkward and creepy hug that John McEnroe gave Roger Federer after Sunday's memorable final, but Mister Irrelevant has the video. (Cut and paste this if the link doesn't work: http://misterirrelevant.com/) Meanwhile, Uncoached.com has compiled a handful of Johnny Mac's greatest tantrums.
Did a pop singer from Korea forget to wear pants while throwing out the first pitch at a recent baseball game?
We had a couple of must-see Brett Favre links in yesterday's Hot Clicks, and here's another, which features some outstanding Photoshop skills: Ten Reasons Brett Favre Wants To Play Football Again.
InventorSpot.com recalls the Worst Sports Logos of All Time.
Cracked.com looks at the Five Most Unintentionally Scarring '80s Music Videos.
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The Cold War Cheerleader Showdown ... Ferentz cashes in ... Jason Peter's explosive book comes out today ... 25 greatest Nintendo games of all time ... Video: Everything's funnier in slow motion.
We're proud to say that our Facebook group has just topped 5,000 members. If you haven't joined, do so now. We have a new video up that features some ladies playing a unique version of beer pong.
This took place over the holiday weekend, so you may have missed it. Via Awful Announcing comes one of the freakiest baseball plays you'll ever see. But the highlight for us is the guy behind the fence trying to help Johnny Damon.
Condom companies always make the best commercials. (Thanks to JPL, of Oak Park, Ill, for sending us the link.)
Ryan Wilkinson, of Charlotte, N.C., submits the Shaquille O'Neal, LeBron James, Dwight Howard dance-off from the 2007 All-Star Game.