15 Of The Most Attractive Players In The MLB

15 Professional Baseball Players That Are A Total Catch On And Off The Field

Even though we love the sport, sometimes we love the men more.

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Spring has sprung, and it is baseball season. We all say that we go to the games for the games, which is true, but let's be honest most of us go for the men. Baseball players are extremely attractive and we can't help but notice.

Here are some of the attractive baseball players that we can't help but daydream about:

15. Buster Posey (San Francisco Giants)

Buster Posey is the catcher for the San Francisco Giants. It is hard to not fall for that dark hair and his charming smile. He has a nice butt from all the time he spends squatting.

14. Adam Wainwright (St. Louis Cardinals)

Adam Wainwright is a pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals. He has amazing blue eyes and an equally amazing smile. He is one of my favorite pitchers. You should google to see the awesome pass he made with his foot (Yes, his foot!).

13. Max Scherzer (Washington Nationals)

Well there can't be a list without Max! Although his season has started pretty slow he is still one of the best pitchers. Who doesn't love his two different eye color!?!

12. Justin Verlander

You can't help but to love his smile!! (And he's married to Kate Upton)

11. George Springer (Houston Astros)

George Springer is cute, charming, and one of the best out fielders in the game. He has the best smile and is one of the best players in the game today.

10. Cody Bellinger (Los Angeles Dodgers)

Cody Bellinger is just hot!!! He is an extremely talented first basemen. And the bonus is he's not married!!

9. Christian Walker (Arizona Diamondbacks)

Another great first baseman and a baseball player you can't help but daydream about. He is the perfect guy to dream about. He has the beard and tattoos, what more could you ask for.

8. Daniel Norris (Detroit Tigers)

Daniel Norris is a lumberjack in the making. He has crazy facial hair at times (with the full beard) and a super long flow (hair). And you guessed it, he's not married!!!

7. Anthony Rizzo (Chicago Cubs)

Anthony Rizzo's story is inspiring. His fight against cancer over 11 years ago and his comeback to baseball. He has one of baseball's most charming personalities. There is no doubt that he will be a Hall Of Famer one day.

6. Matt Harvey (Los Angeles Angels)

Matt Harvey is kind of the bad boy of major league baseball. There is no doubt that he has talent, but his personality is becoming difficult to deal with. (He is also not married, which also plays into his personality.)

5. Chris Sale (Boston Red Sox)

Chris Sale has the prettiest blue eyes and the beard. He is married (unfortunately), but you can still daydream about him.

4. Trevor Bauer (Cleveland Indians)

Trevor Bauer is not looking for a serious relationship. But if you are looking to have fun, then he's your guy. He is young, attractive, and single.

2. Kris Bryant (Chicago Cubs)

Kris Bryant is one of the most attractive men in the MLB. He gains a lot of attention and fans because of it. He is another player that you can't help but dream about.

1. Bryce Harper (Philadelphia Phillies)

Bryce Harper is another player who is recognized not just for his talent, but his attractiveness. You can't help but to dream about his amazing eyes and muscles.

Even though we love the sport, sometimes we love men more. It is hard to go to a baseball game and not daydream about these attractive men.

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9 Of The Hottest Baseball Players To Look For This 2018 Season That Will Make You Want To Watch Baseball

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It is finally February and you know what that means (if you don't know well then I am here to tell you). This is the month that BASEBALL SEASON begins! Whether it be MLB Spring Training or college baseball this is the month where the sport gets into full swing - no pun intended.

Do I understand and like the game of baseball? Yeah, sure I do.

Do I like the cuties in the baseball pants who play the sport more than the actual game? Yes, of course.

That is obviously what is more important! If you are like me and are wondering who it is to look for this coming season, then this is the place to find out! Through online searches across a variety of platforms and a ton of rosters, I have put together my own list below of the top hottest professional baseball players. With this said go ahead sit back, grab some Cracker Jacks and scroll away!

1. Kevin Kiermaier

This Tampa Bay String Rays center fielder Kevin Kiermaier with the gorgeous green eyes definitely deserves a spot at the top of this list. He could probably rank the highest on a list for the "Most Gorgeous Eyes".

2. Adam Duvall

A 2014 World Series winner with the San Francisco Giants, Adam Duvall is now a left fielder and first baseman for the Cinncinatti Reds.

3. Charlie Culberson

Wow, does this picture even a caption? Charlie Culberson is an infielder who recently was picked up by the Atlanta Braves only a few days ago so disregard the LA Dodgers gear and become a Braves fan!

4. Ian Desmond

As a Colorado native, I am a for sure a fan of my home team. The tall, dark, and handsome Ian Desmond is a left fielder and first baseman for the Rockies who can pull off the color purple very, very well.

5. Kris Bryant

Not only does Kris Bryant play third base and outfield for the Chicago Cubs, he was also featured as a male model for Express. Google that. You will be happy you did.

6. Bryce Harper

All in favor say "I"! Bryce Harper is a right fielder for the Washington Nationals. He also modeled in ESPN's magazine with very minimal clothing. So, create another browser tab ASAP and google image search.

7. Jorge Soler

Look at that smile, so, so cute! Jorge Soler is a designated hitter and outfielder for the Kansas City Royals, as well as a known previous team member for the Cuban national baseball team.

8. Jake Lamb

Umm, the fact that this photo is a candid just blows my mind. He is standing there doing nothing and somehow manages to look like that!? Jake Lamb is the third baseman for the Arizona Diamondbacks as #22.

9. Grady Sizemore

Grady Sizemore is an outfielder for the Cleveland Indians and those dimples are, needless to say, irresistible!

Cover Image Credit: Nathan Shively

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As A Cardinals Fan, I Let Albert Pujols Go A LONG Time Ago

They say time heals all wounds, but is that the case with St. Louis Cardinals fans and Albert Pujols?

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It's hard to properly encapsulate what Albert Pujols meant to the city of St. Louis. He's without a doubt in my mind, statistically, one of the greatest Cardinals players of all time right up there with names like Bob Gibson, Ozzie Smith, and Stan Musial. His list of accolades in a Cardinals uniform is borderline unbelievable: Rookie of the year in 2001, 9x All-Star (8 consecutive from 2003-2010), 3x MVP, 6x Silver Slugger and 2x Gold Glove winner. Not to mention, he was an integral piece of two World Series victories in 2006 and 2011. The recipe was right there to continue his career as a Cardinal and retire an immortalized legend, but things somehow took a turn for the worst after the 2011 World Series.

Pujols was up for free agency in 2012, and even though the city was celebrating its 11th World Series title (second-most of all time) but the future of the team was in the back of everyone's mind. For context, Cardinals Manager and 3x World Series Champion Tony La Rusa announced his retirement in early November, just days after the victory parade.

Nearly a month later, Pujols announces that he decided to sign with the Los Angeles Angels for a record-breaking 10-year, $254 million contract. To say Cardinals fans were perplexed and shocked is an understatement. What could the Angels offer that St. Louis couldn't aside from more money and better weather, especially coming off of a World Series win? Regardless, the Cardinals never seized on the opportunity to sign Pujols to a contract extension, a mistake they didn't want to repeat with newly-acquired superstar Paul Goldschmidt.

I think what hurt most about Pujols leaving St. Louis as he was a Cardinals-bred player through and through. He was drafted in the 13th round out of the 1999 Amateur Draft by the Cardinals before making his MLB debut in 2001. That's been the Cardinal manifesto for nearly the entire Modern Era: draft or acquire young Minor League talent, develop them before implementing them into the Major League system. It felt downright hurtful that Pujols would opt for the bright lights of Los Angeles over a city that had every intention of supporting him

But with most things, time passed and Pujols eventually became a peripheral point for Cardinals fans like myself who would briefly re-enter their lives on the occasional article or ESPN highlight. So when it was revealed that the Angels will be playing the Cardinals in June at Busch for the first time since Pujols left, he was suddenly back on every Cardinals fan's radar again.

So Angels and Cardinals media outlets were abuzz, prompting this interview with Graham Bensinger during Spring Training and the way Pujols frames the negotiations were really peculiar to me. He said he didn't feel truly wanted by the franchise, but we'll never know the whole truth unless we were actually there. I do know one thing though, every Cardinals fan wanted Pujols to be a Cardinal for life and he would have gone down as one of the greats without a doubt in anyone's mind. He spent his best years in St. Louis though and helped bring us two World Series' and for that, I'll always be grateful.

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