DJ LeMahieu's wife Jordan LeMahieu is another newlywed, and she's been a wife of his for less than a year. They met in college at a halloween party at LSU. Little did she know that she'd soon be adopting one of the most difficult last names a player wife could ever take on. I still can't say this guy's name, and when I see it written down I think I'm having cognitive issues. DJ is 6'4" and sort of towers over Jordan.
Jordan has released a grand total of three tweets to her name, but two of them are about DJ. DJ LeMahieu's wife doesn't see the need for the social media site, it seems, and I can't say I blame her. She's too busy being a real estate agent, though she has a long commute from Denver if she's still "serving the Atlanta communities." She does her best to see as many of DJ's games as a human can stand, and she goes fishing with him in the off-season (or at least takes pictures of his catches).
Jordan actually sort of still maintains her real estate ties with her family business in Marietta, Georgia that her family started. I think what Jordan spends time on Pinterest, seemingly obsessed with fashion-- so much so that I can't really even find a good place to start when it comes to her notes on various styles because there's so many. I get the distinct impression Jordan LeMahieu is a major consumer. I bet if you asked her to watch some Project Runway she'd have a hard time turning the offer down. I kind of think she could be a judge on the show with all the notes and pins of different styles she's done. She's also well entrenched in home design, with a million and one ideas for the place that DJ's earnings will get the couple in the future.
Corey Dickerson's wife Beth Anne Dickerson just gave birth to their son Davis in October of last year, and there was a story run on the Rockies' home page about how it impacted the couple's lives. It was pretty much a big puff piece, but it talked about the birth of their child has given Corey balance in his life. Apparently Beth Anne gets breaks from changing Davis's diapers, and Corey steps up to do the job.
The couple live in Mississippi, and it was only in 2012 that Beth Anne graduated from Mississippi State University. She's really full speed ahead on the marriage and motherhood thing, I guess. She got married a few months after she graduated, and the wedding took place in Mississippi as well. I'm sort of surprised there's no big religious interests on her Facebook page other than her church, and I like that she's got a lot of compassionate groups in her interests. She seems to also be a big shopper and is into vintage clothes. The couple recently had the honor of being the in a convertible and driving through Corey's hometown parade with Corey as the Grand Marshall. It's an honorary title meant to show how proud the town is of someone. Corey Dickerson's wife Beth Anne Dickerson was there in the convertible smiling and holding their son.
The two of them also attended a community outreach event called Legends for Youth Dinner in November of last year. My guess is it's a fundraiser to help raise money for kids sports or something along those lines. Beth Anne was looking particularly photogenic in the pictures, having just given birth and pretty much fully recovered. Corey Dickerson's wife Beth Anne Dickerson also traveled to a pumpkin patch with their son and Corey in late October of last year, and my guess is that they were stocking up on Halloween pumpkins.
Michael Cuddyer is a late bloomer. The 34 year old Rockies outfielder is entering the national discussion for the first time in his 12 year career while in the midst of a 27 game hitting streak. Outside of Minnesota and Colorado, most non-fantasy junkies didn't know a whole lot about the power hitting corner outfielder with one notable exception: Michael Cuddyer's wife Claudia Cuddyer.
Michael Cuddyer married the formerly Claudia Rente on November 11, 2006 while he was breaking in with the Minnesota Twins. The couple first began dating in 2003, and had their first child, Casey on June 20, 2008. Claudia and Michael later had twins, daughters Claudia and Madeline, born on December 6, 2011.
Claudia worked as a teacher before dedicating time to charity work and her family. She was prominent in the Twins Wives organization for helping to coordinate birthday bag giveaways for Cheerful Givers, an organization in Minnesota helping to provide birthday gifts to children of families who may not otherwise be able to afford them.