Johnny Manziel denied; RIP, Don Zimmer; Juliana Mueller is Fox-y
New Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel was scheduled to throw out the first pitch before last night's Red Sox-Indians game. Unfortunately, the start of the game was delayed by rain, so the team decided to scrap the first pitch. This does not seem like a good marketing decision when you consider that Manziel is currently the most-talked about athlete in all of sports. He also made sure to practice so he would avoid a 50 Cent situation.
RIP, DON ZIMMER
As soon as it was announced last night that baseball legend Don Zimmer had passed away, the heartfelt tributes came pouring in. Zimmer was most recently a senior advisor for the Rays. The team's sideline reporter, Todd Kalas, was emotional in announcing Zimmer's death. Meanwhile, in Los Angeles Vin Scully spent four minutes talking about Zimmer and telling stories as only he can.
HE WOULDN'T BE STOPPED
Orioles slugger Chris Davis hit his eighth home run of the season last night. When he got back to the Baltimore dugout, he was shunned by his teammates, but that didn't stop him from handing out several high fives.
A LITTLE EXCITEMENT WOULD BE NICE
Kings forward Justin Williams scored the game-winning goal in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final last night. He was mic'd up, but didn't really have much to say.
MANNY BEING MANNY
New Iowa Cubs player-coach Manny Ramirez homered yesterday. Clearly, he's jealous of all the attention Yasiel Puig has been getting for his bat flips.
Brewers outfielder Carlos Gomez struggled with the dugout steps last night.
Florida State's Jameis Winston made good use of Instagram yesterday. He posted video of his girlfriend making a solid one-handed catch and video of himself catching a pass from ... himself.
JUST IN TIME FOR THE FINALS
One Spurs fan got Tim Duncan shaved into his head.
HOW MANY MORE LETTERS DO YOU NEED?
Last night's "Wheel of Fortune" featured a classic embarrassing moment.
FOX-Y LADY OF THE DAY
Model Juliana Mueller gets today's Fox-y Lady honors.
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