Found February 14, 2012 on
Have we ever mentioned how enamored BC is with the Oakland A’s baseball wives? What site was the first one to introduce you to Amanda McCarthy and her ballsy tweet to pitcher Brandon McCarthy? This one. So add the Sizemores to our growing list of must-follows on Twitter. When a wiener Valentine’s card ends up Instagramed, BC takes notice. Add in that these two 20-somethings are tatted up, drink beer and upload bikini photos – we can’t not be fans.
Scott Sizemore is pretty much penciled in at 3B for the A’s this season after hitting 11 dongs in 110 ABs in 2011. He only made $400,000 last year so Valentine’s Days are exactly dripping with diamonds. The guy isn’t going out and buying cars. Instead, he dropped a couple bills on Pandora and a wiener card.
Let this be a major lesson to all you MLB hopefuls out there who think you have to splurge on your wife to keep her happy. Find a wiener card and your ills will be wiped away.
As for these Sizemores, we have an intern keeping an eye on them. Brooke has a photography business going so maybe we’ll hire her to be our on-the-road correspondent this summer just snapping off shots of stadium hot dogs and whatever else that’ll make you guys LOL.
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