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Giants outfielder Nate Schierholtz recently got married to former San Diego State basketball player Kate Eveland. Eveland is a 5′ 8″ guard who graduated from the Aztecs basketball team in 2008.
Schierholtz, 27, met Eveland, 25, prior to the start of the 2009 season. Eveland, a business consultant, is not the only person in the relationship who got a ring. Schierholtz was part of the Giants dream season in 2010 that ended in his getting a World Series ring.
As for their engagement, “Nate was able to surprise me, completely, when he proposed,” says Eveland. “The day he did it, I was in San Francisco, and he was in Phoenix for spring training, so I had no idea.” Thanks to a Spring Training rainout, Schierholtz was able to fly back to San Fran where he proposed.
NO LONGER PLAYING THE (OUT)FIELD: Nate Schierholtz and Kate Eveland
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