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ESPN sideline reporter Jenn Brown played softball on the collegiate level as a member of the Florida Gators.
Watch the video below of the sideline princess taking batting practice with the South Carolina’s baseball team at the College World Series.
Jenn Brown even did some switch-hitting.
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For those of you who do not know, ESPN reporter Jenn Brown played softball at the University of Florida and the below clip shows us that she still got that swing.
Jenn recently got to take batting practice with the South Carolina Gamecocks at the College World Series and impresses many with her ability at the plate:
(Courtesy of Lost Letterman)
This is ESPN reporter Jenn Brown hitting some batting practice prior to Game 1 of the College World Series between the South Carolina Gamecocks and Arizona Wildcats.
Brown is taking some ridiculous cuts, she even looks good when trying to hit from the other side of the plate. Now before you get too excited about those black spandex and your bizarre french braid fetish, know that...
ESPN sideline reporter Jenn Brown took batting practice with the South Carolina Gamecocks baseball team at the College World Series recently, and if you’ve never seen the former Florida Gators softball player take a cut, it’s a thing of beauty. Lost Letterman compares her to Ichiro. Not sure I’d go that far, but it’s close. At the very least she looks a lot better swinging...
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Jenn Brown decided to take some batting practice with the South Carolina Gamecocks before the College World Series vs. the Arizona Wildcats.
Dude, I hate to say this, but this really got my attention. I don’t know, there’s something sexy about it, and she’s sexy already.
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Jenn Brown taking batting practice with the Gamecocks prior to South Carolina's national championship series against Arizona.
Now she can add this to her already impressive reel.
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