Originally posted on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 4/4/12

Actress Eva Longoria attended the Dodgers-Angels Freeway Series exhibition game Tuesday at Dodger Stadium along with one of her “Desperate Housewives” co-stars. According to former GM and current analyst Jim Bowden, Longoria left the stadium with Dodgers all-star Matt Kemp. Bowden says he shared an elevator with Longoria, Kemp, and actor Ricardo Chavira, and then he dropped this bomb:

LA Times headline, “Dodgers win 4-1, but Matt Kemp is struggling” moments later he leaves park w/ Eva Longoria..Struggling? oh at the plate!

— JIM BOWDEN (@JimBowdenESPNxm) April 4, 2012

Longoria divorced Tony Parker a year and a half ago and confirmed that she and Eduardo Cruz broke up last month (though they were spotted together last weekend). The point is that Longoria seems available, and from what we can tell, so is Kemp. It’s also curious that Longoria would go to an exhibition game; if you’re attending a sporting event to be seen, you pick ones that matter.

Bowden could be embellishing and might not have his story right, but we’re hoping his accuracy with gossip reports is higher than his percentage of trades won. As for Dodgers fans, given the way Kemp played before and after dating Rihanna, they better hope there’s absolutely nothing going on with Longoria.

This article first appeared on Larry Brown Sports and was syndicated with permission.

PLAYERS: Matt Kemp
TEAMS: Los Angeles Dodgers
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