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Evan Longoria and Jaime Edmondson announced on Sunday that they are having a baby, and they did so in about the cutest way possible. Edmondson, who is a former Miami Dolphins cheerleader and Playboy’s Miss January 2010, shared the adorable picture you see above as part of her announcement. “Evan & I really appreciate all of the kind words & well wishes we have gotten today…we look forward to being parents,” she wrote on Twitter. Longoria and Edmondson publicly confirmed they were dating back in February, though Edmondson says the two began dating a year before that. The Rays signed Longoria to a six-year extension in November, which means he is under contract with Tampa Bay through 2022. The three-time All-Star and former AL Rookie of the Year bounced back from a down 2011 season by posting a career-high .896 OPS in 2012. He missed more than half the season with a hamstring injury, but returned in August. He underwent a procedure on his hamstring after the season and shou...
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