Tommy Hunter’s wife Ellen Cohara married him in 2014 but opted not to change her name to Hunter, probably because Cohara is a cool last name? They’ve got a kid just out of the oven, a golden retriever named Charley, and a new place in Chicago. Prior to getting traded, they had a house in Baltimore, so maybe that’s why Ellen hasn’t changed her location status on her social media yet. Come on Ellen, it’s vitally important to everyone that you change your home location status! Keep us skeezers up to date!
If you’re curious about the style of wedding that Tommy Hunter’s wife elected to throw for their marriage, I will go ahead and clue you in and tell you that it was a mammoth, traditional, and highly produced affair. In fact, just picture the most Catholic, churchy wedding you can, and that’s exactly what it was. The wedding took place in January of 2014, and later that year the couple ventured to Japan to so the Orioles could play some kind of “ambassador series” of baseball games. At the time, Hunter was still on Baltimore. You’ve gotta know Ellen was digging the trip just based on the exotic factor alone. Not many baseball couples venture to Japan, and that kind of forced cultural interchange is enriching.
What else can be said about Tommy Hunter’s wife– she’s your traditional baseball wife that travels wherever the game demands. You can bet she’s going to as many playoff games as humanly possible, and she’s probably got her extended family there if the tickets are available. If not, Charley the wonderful golden retriever is always up to watch the game– I’ve seen pictures of Tommy watching baseball with his dog, and he’s completely engaged with the action. Not many dogs that watch television actually watch it, ya’ know? I give the family MVP award to Charley the golden retriever.