Fantasy Baseball Blog Names 2010 'Hottest Wives In Baseball' Finalists

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Names 2010 fantasy baseball dugout “Baseball’s Hottest Wives”

We even expanded internationally this year when we included Japanese actress Saeko Darvish

Heidi DeRosa, wife of San Francisco Giants outfielder Mark DeRosa, has been named “Baseball’s Hottest Wife” for the past two seasons by the readers of Fantasy Baseball Dugout. This year, DeRosa is one of the “Sweet 16” finalists in the 3rd Annual Baseball’s Hottest Wives contest, conducted each year by the popular fantasy baseball blog site.

Last year, over 70,000 votes were cast via online voting and text message voting. DeRosa, the returning champion, was spurred on to her second victory last year thanks to a successful ballot stuffing campaign by radio station KHITS 96 in St. Louis.

This year, however, the Baseball’s Hottest Wives contest has expanded from 12 entries to the “Sweet 16” by the editors of Fantasy Baseball Dugout and six first time entrants have been nominated.

“Due to the immense popularity of the contest the last two years,” said Jonathan Bentz, content manager for Fantasy Baseball Dugout, “we felt we needed to expand the number of eligible hot wives.”

The 2010 Fantasy Baseball Dugout “Baseball’s Hottest Wives” nominees are:

1.    Anna Benson – wife of Diamondbacks pitcher Kris Benson
2.    Emily Kuchar Greinke – wife of Royals pitcher Zack Greinke
3.    Lisa Dergan Podsednik – wife of Royals outfielder Scott Podsednik
4.    Heidi Miller DeRosa – wife of Giants outfielder Mark DeRosa
5.    Lindsay Clubine Buchholz – wife of Red Sox pitcher Clay Buchholz
6.    Heidi Strobel Hamels – wife of Phillies pitcher Cole Hamels
7.    Jamie Kotsay – wife of White Sox DH Mark Kotsay
8.    Krista Lackey – wife of Red Sox pitcher John Lackey
9.    Michelle Damon – wife of Tigers DH Johnny Damon
10.    Laura Posada – wife of Yankees catcher Jorge Posada
11.    Diana Roberts – wife of Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts
12.    Jennie Finch – wife of Astros pitcher Casey Daigle
13.    Stephenie Lagrossa – wife of Phillies pitcher Kyle Kendrick
14.    Julianna Zobrist – wife of Rays outfielder Ben Zobrist
15.    Johari Smith Rollins – wife of Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins
16.    Saeko Darvish – wife of Nippon Ham Fighters pitcher Yu Darvish

In addition to being drop dead gorgeous, the 2010 edition of Baseball’s Hottest Wives have some interesting stories behind them. Anna Benson’s stories are well documented to most baseball fans. Jennie Finch is a gold medal pitcher for the USA Olympic team, and is the most famous softball player in the world; Finch received more votes than Anna Kournikova in ESPN’s 2003 vote for its Hottest Female Athlete.

Emily Greinke is a former Dallas Cowboys cheerleader. Lisa Dergan Podsednik and Heidi Hamels are both former Playboy centerfolds. Hamels and Stephenie Lagrossa Kendrick were both on the TV show Survivor while Lindsay Clubine Buchholz and Diana Roberts were both briefcase models on Deal or No Deal.

“We even expanded internationally this year when we included Japanese actress Saeko Darvish,” said Bob Bentz, publisher of Fantasy Baseball Dugout. “We believe that this will attract Japanese baseball fans to the contest to vote for Saeko.”

Viewers can watch a video of the 2010 Baseball’s Hottest Wives at Fantasy Baseball Dugout. Those who wish to vote by text message can text HOTT <space> <number listed above> to 84444. Regular text message rates apply.

Voting for Baseball’s Hottest Wives runs through September 8, 2010. Full contest details are available at FantasyBaseballDugout.com.

Fantasy Baseball Dugout was established in January 2008 as the online destination for annual fantasy baseball rankings, news, advice, and tips. The site also provides analysis of sleepers and prospects, and informative cheat sheets to help fantasy baseball managers win their league. Our expert fantasy baseball analysis is featured every other week on Spadora On Sports and our fantasy baseball coverage has garnered attention from the likes of Yahoo! Sports, the Atlanta Journal Constitution, the Philadelphia Inquirer, and SI.com. Visit fantasybaseballdugout.com for more information.

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