Hot Clicks: Fox to air World Series through 2021; Bar Refaeli

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Clay Matthews sign :: Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images

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With October here, we look back on September's best fan signs and funniest sports photos.
I Have Good News And (For Many Of You) Bad News
The good news is that if you're a baseball fan, you'll no longer have to deal with MLB's ridiculous blackout rules starting in the 2014 season. This is especially good news for those of use who pay a large chunk of change for and can't watch all the games. The bad news for many of you is that Fox will keep the World Series through the 2021 season, which means a whole lot more of Joe Buck and Tim McCarver for your viewing pleasure.
In Monday's A.M. Hot Clicks, we linked to video of Tom Brady saying some naughty words to (we assumed) Bills' fans. Wes Welker said today that Brady was actually cursing at his teammates.
Lovely Lady Of The Day
Bar Refaeli :: SI
Bar Refaeli would like to make a sex tape. Therefore, she gets today's LLOD honors.
She's Baaaack
Australian hurdler Michelle Jenneke became an Internet sensation during the Olympics thanks to this video, which now has almost 19 million YouTube views. Well, it looks like Jenneke is about to have another wave of Web popularity thanks to this GIF.
Second-Best GIF Of The Day
Alabama beat Ole Miss on Saturday but it looks like they had some help from an official.
Sports Video Of The Day
The Twins need a lot of help. Maybe they can convince Timberwolves forward Kevin Love to pull a Bo Jackson and become a two-sport star. Love went upper deck while taking batting practice with the Twins on Monday.

Local News Video Of The Day
This reporter ignored the warning that he'd get wet if he knocked on a political candidate's door.

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