Welcome to <italics>Did You See That?</italics>, the gallery with tentacles that reach into the worlds of sports, pop culture and military affairs. We'll begin with this rather arresting shot of an umpire tossing the ball in during the round three match between the Greater Western Sydney Giants and the St. Kilda Saints at StarTrack Oval in Canberra.
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The beloved actor uncorked the first pitch before the Dodgers took on the Padres in Los Angeles and was promptly rushed and tackled by San Diego outfielder Carlos Quentin as both benches cleared. In an unfortunate comment, Padres CEO Tom Garfinkel likened Ford to Rain Man, obviously confusing him with Dustin Hoffman.
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The former All-Star backstop has taken up ballet, and here he is being fitted for his tutu before his appearance in <italics>Slaughter on Tenth Avenue</italics> at the Miami City Ballet in Miami Beach, Fla. Piazza plays a gangster in an obvious warm up for his next role in <italics>The Nutcracker</italics>.
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Prior to their Staples Center smooch, this report in the UK's inimitable <italics>Daily Mail</italics>: "Maybe the pair are stocking up for a long snuggle session by the fireplace. While Los Angeles enjoys a heat spell, Johnny Galecki and girlfriend Kelli Garner were spotted buying a huge amount of firewood and a few other necessities at a grocery store in Hollywood. The couple, who have been publicly dating for nearly a year, also left the high-end market Bristol Farms with a fresh bouquet of flowers and toilet paper, perhaps suggesting a romantic weekend ahead." Indeed.
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Prior to presenting the prize for "best shirtless performance," Mr. Rogen paused to make sure that Mr. McBride's equipment was functioning properly at the MTV Movie Awards in Culver City, CA.
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The note with this photo says, "General view of fowl atmosphere at the official convention of the National Association of Theatre Owners at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.
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The Clevelander gin mill at Marlins Park has opened a body shop where you can pop in for a fresh coat of paint and a pint while exciting Major League Baseball action rages outside.
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No place like Denver for ideal baseball weather in April.
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Andrew Tollerud and his very cool pal took in the game against the New York Mets at frost brewed Coors Field in Denver on April 16.
10 of 18Scott Audette/Reuters
Bristling with firepower, Loyola University's team swept to the Division II final in Kissimmee, Fla. before falling to Sam Houston State, 110-70.
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Sri Lankan soldiers participated in Sinhala and Tamil New Year celebrations in Colombo, where the New Year dawns on April 14 and traditional fun and games are organized across the island.
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In other military news, Iranian soldiers -- sporting the latest in cutting edge fatigues designed to spook their enemies or disable them with fits of laughter -- marched in front of the mausoleum of the late revolutionary founder Ayatollah Khomeini near Tehran. Ahead of the parade, Iran's legendarily stable President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad denounced "foreign presence" in the Persian Gulf, claiming it is the source of insecurity in the region, not armed soldiers dressed like rag mops.
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Unfazed by the display of military might in Tehran, burghers in Ocean City, NJ countered with a mass pie-in-the-face demonstration in honor of the late, great comedian Soupy Sales during the Doo Dah Parade and Tri-State Basset Hound Rescue BoardWaddle.
14 of 18Matt Dunham/AP
As global tensions rose, pillow fights broke out in cities around the world. This disturbing scene is from London's Trafalgar Square.
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The two jolly Brewers pull the old "You-duck-and-I'll-soak-the-media-buzzards" trick after their 4-3 win over the San Francisco Giants in Milwaukee.
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Why there's always a buzz about The Masters...
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Sometimes on-air interviews go terribly awry. After the D-back first-sacker beat the Dodgers, 1-0, with a single in the ninth inning at Chase Field in Phoenix, his chat with Jody Jackson got all gummed up.
18 of 18Sergei Chuzavkov/AP
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