Found February 20, 2013 on The Sports Bank:
Remember the Front Row Brewers girl who was such an internet sensation? Well, it’s friggin FREEZING OUTSIDE in the upper midwest and we need warmer thoughts of baseball. The Brewers are at spring training, so the MLB season isn’t that far of One of the most famous Milwaukee Brewers fans, “Front Row Amy” was a big star a year or two ago. The buxsome (read: artifically enhanced? maybe natural? likely artifically enhanced? probably artificially enhanced) superfan is getting all kinds of attention all across the sports blogosphere. You can follow Front Row Brewers Girl on Twitter here. The bio of the Osh Kosk native reads: Nice person & most passionate Brewers fan u will ever meet. Luv Miller Park. Luv keeping score. Workout a lot. Did I mention I luv the Brewers?! :) h/t and pic below Deadspin Her Twitter links to her Facebook, which is a very public profile. Amy Williams, or Amy Marshall Williams is…. someone who works in accounting at Anchorage Realty Inc. Studied English at the...
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