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Even after making my first trip to Wrigley Field this year, I never heard the name David DeJesus before receiving an email from the Cubs this week promoting a charity event.
Truthfully, I still know very little about David DeJesus’s baseball accomplishments but I know a hell of a lot about his Babe of a wife, Kim DeJesus.
Like she sports a C-cup bra size (which looks to have been updated), a 8.5 shoe size and fluctuates between a 2/4 dress size.
We found some of the best photos of Kim on the internet and highly recommend if you live in the Chicago area to watch her model in the “Strike A Pose” charity event.
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