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09/30/14

Wade Davis' Wife Katelyn Davis

 

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Holy lord this is wacky. Okay, so Wade Davis' wife Katelyn Davis had an accident, and then blogged about it. She wrote it for some blog called The Life of the Baseball Wife that is maintained by some other baseball wife, and it's since been made inaccessible. But I read a portion of it thanks to a site called raysindex.com.

So Wade and his wife Katelyn went out to some restaurant to celebrate something or other, and she ordered something weird. Now, I should just add that in the midwest, people basically have no idea what good food is, and all the restaurants are absolute garbage. Sorry, all midwesterners, but I've been to every state there and Kansas City is terrible for food. Anyway, on with the tale of woe: they ate at a place called Carrabba's, and she suffered from some really serious food poisoning. She explains that Wade was there in a "shortstop" position (hands on kneeds, ready to catch a grounder) trying to guide her through the immense pain she was feeling while she was agonizing on their bedroom floor. Then she explains how she let out her bowels, and that she wasn't really even aware of having to do so because of the pain.

Well, I feel bad for the 'ole gal. I myself have been food-poisoned a few times, and it sucks real bad. Wade's wife no doubt will never eat at a Carrabba's again. Food poisoning among young hot blondes is now the number one cause for shitting their pants. It even trumps seeing themselves in the mirror after they get a bad hair dyeing job. Wade's wife Katelyn is a cool chick who has done her part in charity events and benefits for the organization, and she deserves better than god-awful Kansas City sludge cuisine.

09/29/14 (Updated)

Buck Showalter's Wife Angela Showalter

 

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Buck Showalter's wife Angela is known as the manger's wife who was serenaded by three of the manager's players back in Texas. She's an old hand at appearing at charity events and benefits. At this particular event, her husband Buck was still managing for the Rangers, and if you're curious what kind of prize packages get auctioned off at these things, here's a brief listing: a trip to Seattle on the Rangers' team plane featuring a chauffeur ride in a Maybach and stay at the Rangers team hotel, a gold bracelet with 180 diamonds and personal chef service for a month, and a Toby Keith autographed guitar with two tickets to his performance and a "meet and greet." Suddenly getting sung to by 3 younger fellows isn't so great. Those are some killer prizes.

Buck's wife Angela married Buck back in 1983, and they've since had two kids who are now all grown up. Their daughter has the preposterous name of Allie St. Clair Showalter Robinson. She's in law school, and her name itself mirrors the style of most law firm names. Their son William Nathaniel Showalter has the same name as Buck, and Buck actually used to go by "Nat" when he was a player. Angela supported knew him all the way back then, and she supported him through his eight seasons in the Yankees minor league. He never played a day in the major league. God, that has got to sting. You know he wanted to. It's every player's dream. Angela would probably tell you now that life is peachy, and the couple is known for having three basset hounds that hang out on the couch with Buck and his dear old wife Angela.

Coincidentally, Angela's lovely daughter Allie-Saint-Clair-Showalter-Robinson (the girl of a thousand syllables) is attending the same law school as Courtney Britton, the inimitable Southern Methodist University, where dreams are made.

09/29/14

Drew Bledsoe's Wife Maura Bledsoe

 

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Drew Bledsoe's wife Maura Bledsoe does not think that Drew Bledsoe was simply a rough draft for Tom Brady. While it's true that Bledsoe sort of looks like a poor man's Brady, he may end up being a smarter businessman than Tom himself. You can ask Maura about that, because her name was on a real estate purchase back in 2004 for a plot of land that is now worth $10 million. Of course, they put a ton of money into the property by building a sprawling mansion on top of it, but I am guessing they will still come out far ahead of their investment.

Maura has popped out four lovely mini-Bledsoes in the past decade. She's also taken part in, you guessed it, charity events and benefits sponsored by Bledsoe's wallet and the lovely community of Bend, Oregon, where their family lives. Drew's wife Maura also oversaw Drew's venture into the winery business, which he started immediately after he retired from football. It was apparently a seamless transition because they'd been planning to go into the wine business for some time with their friend Chris Figgins.

Ask Maura to pop you a bottle at their sprawling estate, and I'm sure she wouldn't mind. The couple is very proud of the wine, and it has recently placed 53rd overall in Wine Spectator's "top 100 wines." I'm sort of a wine guy myself, and I may have to go pick me up a bottle of the stuff. In addition to being what she calls the "family taxi," Drew's wife Maura is a member of the local Family Access Network board, which is a community organization that helps poor families find food, shelter, clothing, and if they're very very lucky maybe some nice bottles of wine? Come on, Maura, you know you've got four-hundred cases of the stuff in your basement.