Welcome to another hirsute installment of <italics>Did You See That?</italics> This guy's shrubbery clearly ranks among the<bold> greatest beards in sports history</bold><bold>.</bold>
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The new season rolled into New York with injuries and age (some core players are older than these cars) threatening to derail the Bronx Bombers. The Yanks were starched by the Red Sox, 8-2, on Opening Day en route to losing four of their first six games. If this keeps up, will GM Brian Cashman be ridden out of town on a rail?
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It was Arsenal vs. arsenal after Atletico Mineiro beat the former, 5-2, in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. The defeated Argentinian club then took on local riot police. Fortunately, their match didn't end in a shootout, though seven players were detained and the club paid a $20,000 fine to get them off the hook.
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As good as it gets when your jersey is retired and the team goofs by putting your name on the front instead of the back.
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Cyclist Peter Sagan (left) makes a cheeky move during the ceremony honoring winner Fabian Cancellara (center), proving that he doesn't mind bringing up the rear in a pinch.
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Don't be gulled. Serena is hardly a shell of her former self. In her first tournament since retaking the top spot in the women's rankings, she won her record sixth title at the SONY Open in Miami. Ain't that a beach?
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If you've got crabs, then Tobago Island is the place to race them.
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In other news, the Belfius Bank in Brussels is being bugged by protesters and controversy. Belgium's finance minister has already stepped down.
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Racy fans is more like it as these fillies were feelin' frisky during the Grand National meeting at England's Aintree racecourse.
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Jockey? Mourne Paddy didn't need no stinkin' jockey during the big race at Liverpool's Aintree racecourse where it's wise to hedge bets.
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The light middleweight pug decompresses with a whiff of happy gas at the Center of Hyperbaric Medicine in Hamburg, Germany.
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Oh, those crazy kids in Saudi Arabia. Driving on at high speeds on two wheels is all the rage in the desert kingdom these days, it seems.
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No, not the Chicago Bears quarterback, the four-time Mr Olympia presents the ceremonial cutlery to Mimi Macias, winner of the Overall Womens' Bikini competition at Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas.
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In case you missed it, a clever April Fool's Day ruse (you can watch the video here) caused a stampede of wild-eyed gentlemen bearing brushes, rollers and drop cloths at SI.com's offices in New York City.
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An enthalled fan keeps abreast of the Peace axeman's signature scrawl at Head Records in Learningto Spa, England, where the band was promoting the release of its debut album <italics>In Love</italics>.
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Until next week, hail and farewell.
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