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Yep, Kate Upton and Justin Verlander are still dating and going strong. While Upton has gone quiet since Detroit went nuts over the possibility of their ace dating the most notorious swimsuit model of a generation, it seems things are moving along just fine with baseball’s royal couple. The two were spotted last week – in daylight for the first time – during a stroll along Michigan Ave. Relax, Tigers fan, Verlander didn’t pitch that night.
The above photo was snapped on Wednesday (Sept. 12). Max Scherzer pitched that night. As for Upton possibly distracting Verlander and costing the Tigers an A.L. East playoff birth, JV is 5-3 with a 3.19 ERA since they started dating.
And here we figured Verlander would spend a couple weekends with Upton, do his thing and move on.
Nope, they’re actually doing the travel relationship thing.
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