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Major League Baseball has something on the other sports: the gorgeous babes that these famous athletes call wives. The NFL, hockey and NBA have their sexy spouses too, but baseball seems to be the top shelf. So who is the hottest woman you’ll see sitting in the player wives section? The baseball fanatics at Pornhub often wonder the same thing. According Pornhub’s loyal fanbase, the sexy Jennifer Utley (wife of Chase Utley) took the lead just slightly with 14% of the votes, while bombshell Michelle Damon (wife of Johnny Damon) took second place with 13%. Third place was a tie between Diana Roberts (Brian Roberts) and Heidi Hamels (Cole Hamels) with 12%. Don’t forget about Kim DeJesus, the wife of Cubs OF David DeJesus (see her here) Ashley Eckstein (David Eckstein) (11%), Juliana Ramirez (Manny Ramirez) (10%), Lisa Dergan Podsednik (Scott Podsednik) (9%), Kelli Pedroia (Dustin Pedroia) (9%), Kelly Bartlett (Jason Bartlett) (5%), and Jamie Kotsay (Mark Kotsay) (5%) helped to ro...
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