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Before I started crushing on Alex Morgan, there was Heather Mitts. She’s one of the hottest soccer players of all time, and I’m not ashamed to admit that I had a Heather Mitts poster hanging in my bedroom when I still lived with my parents 7 years ago. Mitts recently announced her retirement from soccer on March 13, 2013. Word is she’ll be a sideline reporter for Philadelphia Union games. TSB wishes her all the best in her future endeavors. Check out some more photos of this week’s Total Sports Babe, Heather Mitts:
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34 years young and she still does it for me. Heather, I hate to see you go, but I love to watch you leave. Enjoy your retirement, and if you’re ever in the Chicago area my co-ed team could use some help.
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