Sports World Reacts
The skate on the left was worn by Coyotes forward Keith Yandle last night. The glove on the right belongs to Phillies outfielder Ben Revere. They were just two of the many athletes who reacted to the bombing at the Boston Marathon yesterday. Speaking of athletes, here is an amazing picture of former Patriots offensive lineman Joe Andruzzi on the scene and carrying a woman who was hurt yesterday. And there was the tweet below from new Patriots wide receiver, Danny Amendola.
I will DONATE $100 for EVERY pass I catch next season to whatever "Boston Marathon Relief Fund" there is. And $200 for any dropped pass.—
Danny Amendola (@DannyAmendola) April 16, 2013
This Pirates fan had no shame in 1) using an oversized glove to catch a foul ball and 2) taunting Cardinals right-fielder Carlos Beltran after making said catch with the massive mitt.
This Is Not Baseball Weather
Lovely Lady Of The Day
Longtime Hot Clicks readers know that on a day when things basically suck and we need a little pick me up, there is only one person to go to: Minka Kelly.
Sports Video Of The Day
Phillies center-fielder Ben Revere has the catch of the season last night.
Fandango Video Of The Day
Before the tragedy in Boston took place yesterday, Monday’s P.M. Clicks were set to lead with an item on WWE superstar, Fandango. This is what I had written: “I mentioned on Twitter a couple of weeks ago that I was a fan of new WWE sensation, Fandango. In Friday’s P.M. Hot Clicks, I linked to video of the Houston Texans cheerleaders doing the Fandango dance. And now the wrestler’s catchy theme song is burning up the Billboard charts. Get on the Fandango bandwagon now, people. It’s filling up at a rapid rate.” The WWE showed everyone last night just how crazy the bandwagon is getting during Fandango’s memorable appearance, which is below.
Boston Video Of The Day
Hopefully this legendary YouTube video of a funny fan incident — complete with Red Sox announcers completely getting a case of the giggles — will add some levity to this sad time.