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Athlon's Essential 11 Links of the Day: April 24, 2014


This is your daily link roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for April 24.

Today is Hall of Fame football WAG Katherine Webb's 25th birthday. Mazel tov.

Jon Heyman dubs Michael Pineda the "pine tar pinhead" after Pineda got busted with it on his neck last night. Of course, the tabloids had some fun with it, too.

This is interesting: a color-coded map of baseball fandom. I apparently live in some vague Cardinals-Braves nether region.

• This is helpful, cause it seems important: a simple guide to Northwestern football team's union fight. Of course, the school itself has done what it can to end it before it starts.

• Kinda cool: Chris Colabello hit a homer on his mom's birthday — while she was being interviewed.

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Paul McCartney will close down Candlestick Park, where he performed as a member of the Beatles on Aug. 29, 1966. The Beatles liked it so much they promptly stopped touring forever.

Remembering Lacey, who captured the hearts of college basketball fans.

Bernie Kosar can't catch a break.

• And now for something completely different: President Obama playing soccer with a robot.

• The Colbert Report welcomed UK coach John Calipari last night.

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