Tony nominee Jonathan Groff has never been shy about showing off some skin for the sake of art. For real, thanks to Spring Awakening, his adorable bubble butt is permanently etched into our memories. And did you see his hot and heavy sex scene in the second season of Starz’ Boss? Whew! But anyway, Groff is once again stripping down and doing the dirty on HBO’s Looking and, according to E! Online, we’re not going to want to miss it. Groff also said that the series’ female director of photography, Reed Morano, was dazzled by his sex scene-shooting prowess. “We were in bed and there she was in bed capturing what was happening,” he revealed. “She said, ‘This is the hottest sex scene I’ve ever experienced shooting.'” So, is Groff going to be showing us his O-face? Of course! And he said it took “years of practice.” Jonathan, you playful dog, you! Pardon our blushing. Jonathan Groff View Comments Star Files In the show’s next episode, titled “Looking for the Future” and airing February 16, Groff’s Patrick and Raúl Castillo’s Richie have a racy bedroom romp. “We’re both very comfortable with our bodies, very comfortable with each other and we were very comfortable being naked together from the beginning,” Groff told E!. “That builds a lot of trust. We built a lot of trust between us so you could really go there and we totally went there in that scene.”
Padres left fielder Terrmel Sledge reported to camp on Saturday, four days early and 15 pounds lighter. Sledge arrived at Peoria Sports Complex and was met by a dozen pitchers and catchers just returning from a running session. Position players report on Wednesday with the first workout slated for Friday. Sledge, who said he’s down from 210 pounds last season to 195, is slotted to take over in left field after Dave Roberts signed an $18 million, three-year deal with San Francisco. ‘Unit’ upbeat in Ariz. Randy Johnson made the familiar trek down Interstate 10 from his Paradise Valley home and found his name on the same spring training locker he occupied during the best seasons of his extraordinary career. After two tumultuous years with the New York Yankees, the Big Unit is obviously comfortable with his return to Arizona. He is confident that his offseason back surgery will allow him to return to the mound as a strong starter, if not the dominant pitcher he was in his first stint with the Diamondbacks. “I’m very optimistic that the tough part is behind me now,” Johnson said Saturday. “It’s just now getting out on the mound and proving to myself and everybody else, and then everything else will fall in its place.” Sledge said he lost weight by altering his diet at the end of last season, mainly by cutting out desserts and fried foods. “I’ve always been in pretty good shape,” Sledge said. “But it will take a toll on you over 162 games. I’m not a health nut, but I’m leaning toward that way. I feel a lot more energetic.” Bunt singlesMiguel Cabrera became the first player to win in arbitration this year when the Florida Marlins’ All-Star third baseman was awarded a $7.4 million salary on Saturday instead of the team’s offer of $6.7 million. Cabrera made $472,000 last year and was eligible for arbitration for the first time. He was second in the NL last season with a .339 batting average, and he had 26 homers and 114 RBIs. Pitcher Erik Bedard avoided arbitration with the Baltimore Orioles, agreeing Saturday to a $3.4 million, one-year contract. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!