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A perfect game in bowling takes place less frequently than a clean home run hit by Alex Rodriguez.

So we can only imagine the pain being felt by Tom Walker today.

He had nailed 11 consecutive strikes at a charity game in Houston this weekend when he lined up for his final roll, one clean shot away from bowling immortality.

Did he achieve the feat? No. Why not? You won't believe the reason. Watch now:

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Anastasia Ashley, a professional surfer, is officially our favorite professional surfer (or pro athlete overall) after showing us her pre-event warmup routine:


Seriously, AA's form is exquisite, don't you think?

The video shown above was taken last weekend at the Supergirl Pro in Oceanside, Calif., where Ashley did not win. The surfing competition, that is.

She definitely won for pre-show entertainment. So much so that we think she could give Kim Kardashian or Miley Cyrus Twerking a run for her money.

Challenge extended, Miles.

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Donald Trump is weighing in on Major League Baseball's suspension of Alex Rodriguez, and suffice it to say it couldn't come soon or long enough.

"It is a great victory for NYC that A-Rod will never wear pinstripes again," Trump tweeted, then added in video form on Vine, "@arod sucks."

"He's making a deal because he's guilty as hell."

A-Rod, of course, did wear pinstripes Monday night. He is appealing the 211-game suspension and is free to play pending a hearing - months away.

He only went 1-4 in his 2013 debut at least, D.

Trump also RAILED against the star and the Yankees organization earlier this year once Alex Rodriguez's link to the Biogenesis clinic was uncovered.

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Tiger Woods may or may not be the greatest of all time, as his girlfriend claimed Sunday, but his 79th career PGA Tour was definitely one of his most special.

He savored it with his four-year-old son, Charlie.

“This is the first win he’s ever been at. That’s what makes it special for both of us,” said Woods after he destroyed the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational field.

“He’s never seen me win a golf tournament.”

With his son accompanying to the clubhouse after the win, and in speaking to the media, the top-ranked golfer offered a brief look into his private life.

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Major League Baseball came down hard today on players it found to be involved with Biogenesis, the Florida clinic linked to performance enhancing drugs.

The most prominent among them, New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez, was suspended for 211 games - through the end of the 2014 season.

A-Rod, of course, is expected to appeal the suspension and remain eligible this evening - which happens to mark his 2013 debut - pending a hearing.

MLB commissioner Bud Selig issued statements on Alex Rodriguez and on the state of baseball's anti-drug program, which he expressed pride in.

Selig said Rodriguez's punishment will begin this week and cover the 2013 and 2014 postseasons, and was covered under the drug program's protocols.

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Upholding his reputation as the Justin Bieber of the college football world, Johnny Manziel is at the center of yet another scandal.

And this one may take away his eligibility for the upcoming season.

An autograph broker on eBay spoke to ESPN's Joe Schad on the condition of anonymity and said Maziel's personal assistant approached him last season to let him know the quarterback now required compensation in exchange for his signature.

This broker's account follows a report by Outside the Lines yesterday which states the NCAA is looking into whether Manziel was paid for signing numerous items in January, with sources claiming he received a five-figure flat fee during his trip to Miami for the BCS title game.

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Pssst, Alex Rodriguez: Can you pass this dude some of your performance enhancing drugs?

It's not like you'll be needing them any time soon.

At this weekend's Kansas City Royals-New York Mets baseball game, a muscle-bound dude in a tight t-shirt was handed a water bottle and seemingly asked to help get it open.

He tried and he tried... he twisted and he twisted... and then he handed the bottle back to its original owner, defeated.

Watch now as the announcers - led by former Seinfeld guest star Keith Hernandez - mock the man's epic failure:

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Lindsey Vonn is Tiger Woods' biggest cheerleader as well as his girlfriend.

After he won his 79th PGA Tour title at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational on Sunday, the Olympic skier took to Twitter to gush about her main man.

Lindsey Vonn, Tiger Woods Picture

"So proud!!!!" she wrote of the living golf legend's victory, along with the number 79 and the hashtag "#GOAT" - an acronym for "Greatest Of All Time."

Tiger, who dominated the tournament, is never one to gloat on Twitter, writing, "Sharing this win with my son Charlie will be something I'll never forget."

Vonn does not hold back, however. Earlier this year, she trumpeted Woods reclaiming the number one ranking in the world, which he still retains.

For good reason. He's had an amazing season, winning five times. Not even this rogue squirrel could disrupt his mojo in Akron, Ohio, yesterday ...

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Pamela Smith, Michael Jordan's alleged baby mama, is not actually his baby mama - and a judge has ruled that she will now pay for the false accusations.

Pamela Smith, Michael Jordan

Pamela Smith filed a paternity suit against MJ, claiming he fathered her 17-year-old son Taj and demanding a DNA test, full custody and child support.

Jordan did have a fling with Smith while he was married to his first wife Juanita, but denied paternity and asked a judge to fine her for wasting his time.

His Airness' wish was granted.

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Art Donovan, the NFL star whose stories about his career maintained his popularity long after his election into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, died Sunday.

He was 88.

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Donovan died at Stella Maris Hospice in Baltimore, according to Kevin Byrne, Senior V.P. of public and community relations for the Baltimore Ravens.

He made a name for himself as a feisty defensive tackle for the Baltimore Colts, helping the team to world championships in 1958 and 1959.

He also spent seasons with New York and Dallas in a career that lasted from 1950-1961.

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