Fantasy Baseball Blog Names Finalists For 2009 ‘Hottest Wives In Baseball’ Vote

February 18, 2011

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Fantasy Baseball Blog Names Finalists For 2009 ‘Hottest Wives In Baseball’ Vote

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Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) July 30, 2009

Fantasy baseball tips and advice provider Fantasy Baseball Dugout announced the kickoff of its second annual contest to determine the hottest wife in Major League Baseball, an online vote starting July 30 and running through August 31, on Thursday.

This year’s extended lineup of hott baseball wives vying for the title of hottest includes:

1. Anna Benson, wife of Texas Rangers pitcher Kris Benson

2. Karen Burnett, wife of New York Yankees pitcher A.J. Burnett

3. Lisa Dergan, wife of Chicago White Sox outfielder Scott Podsednik

4. Heidi DeRosa, 2008 winner and wife of St. Louis Cardinals infielder Mark DeRosa

5. Ashley Eckstein, wife of San Diego Padres infielder David Eckstein

6. Heidi Hamels, wife of Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Cole Hamels

7. Jamie Kotsay, wife of White Sox outfielder Mark Kotsay

8. Misty May-Treanor, wife of Detroit Tigers catcher Matt Treanor

9. Yuka Okajima, wife of Boston Red Sox pitcher Hideki Okajima

10. Laura Posada, wife of Yankees catcher Jorge Posada

11. Diana Roberts, wife of Baltimore Orioles infielder Brian Roberts

12. Jordan Schneider, wife of New York Mets catcher Brian Schneider

“Our readers really did the ‘work’ of choosing who the hottest baseball wives are this year,” said Jonathan Bentz, one of Fantasy Baseball Dugout’s primary bloggers. “Now they have a chance to support their favorite team’s hott wife and help us determine the hottest.”

Last year, the fantasy baseball blog created a page devoted to the gorgeous wives of Major League Baseball players and noticed an immediate boost in incoming traffic. After several profiles of these same famous baseball wives generated similar interest, the team of bloggers behind Fantasy Baseball Dugout decided to let their readers have the final say in who truly is baseball’s hottest wife.

In 2008, ten finalists were selected for the contest based on search trends and page views of hottest wife nominees. Voting to determine the winner was text message driven and handled entirely by mobile marketing company PromoTXT. The blog received over 3500 votes with former fashion model Heidi DeRosa, wife of then Chicago Cubs infielder Mark, named the winner with almost 50% of the vote.

This season, text message voting will once again be provided thanks to mobile marketing solution, but Fantasy Baseball Dugout will also enlist the online voting services of Poll Daddy.

“Text message voting is a great way to gauge public opinion,” said Bob Bentz, publisher of Fantasy Baseball Dugout. “We were certainly impressed by the thousands of people who participated in our text message vote last year for Baseball’s Hottest Wife and we are glad to be able to include online voting as well this year.”

Voting for your favorite hott baseball wife is easy at Fantasy Baseball Dugout. Polls are setup at the top of the right sidebar of the website and on the exclusive homebase devoted to baseball’s hottest wives. You can also text message your vote by texting HOTT(space)(number) of your favorite hott baseball wife to ‘84444.’ For example, to vote for Anna Benson by text message, send ‘HOTT 1’ to 84444.

Full details on the 2009 Hottest Baseball Wives contest can be found online at

Fantasy Baseball Dugout was established in January 2008 as the online destination for fantasy baseball news, advice, and tips. The site also provides positional rankings, analysis of sleepers and prospects, and informative cheat sheets to help fantasy baseball managers win their league. Our expert fantasy baseball analysis and coverage of baseball’s hottest wives has garnered attention from the likes of AOL Sports, the Atlanta Journal Constitution, the Philadelphia Inquirer, and Visit for more information.

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