San Francisco Giants Wives and Girlfriends (WAGS)


Chad Gaudin's wife Syndal Gaudin



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Man, something's off with Chad Gaudin... and when you take Chad Gaudin's wife Syndal Gaudin (nee Gorden) into account, this whole story gets even more bizarre.

According to the Las Vegas Journal Review, Gaudin was arrested at a hospital 3 miles off the Vegas strip. Gaudin is alleged to have approached a 23 year old woman lying on a gurney in the emergency room lobby. The police report indicates that Gaudin told her she was beautiful and touched her face and breasts. Witness accounts say Gaudin further creeped out the girl in the ER by saying, “I will take care of you, don’t worry about them.” A paramedic who witnessed the encounter told Gaudin to leave the woman alone, who responded by shouting profanity before being held down by hospital security before police arrived to arrest him.

The Las Vegas Journal Review said that Gaudin's lawyer claims that his client was, "suffering acute renal failure and experiencing symptoms including confusion and disorientation."

So weird encounter on it's own, right? Well now look at this ridiculously gorgeous woman who gets the title of being Chad Gaudin's wife and think about that encounter again. Syndal was on the TLC show, Say Yes to the Dress, in advance of her wedding to Gaudin and played the part of a doting, loving, seemingly down to earth bride. The couple was married on January 29, 2011 at the Las Vegas Hard Rock, which is located near their Henderson, NV home. The couple had their first child in December later that same year.


Barry Bonds' Wives and Girlfriends



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Where do we begin when talking about the love life of a one Mr. Barry Lamar Bonds. His love life is as complicated as his playing career. With Barry up for the Hall-of-Fame for the first time this year I think it is about time we covered Barry Bonds wife and girlfriend (OK, ex-wives and ex-girlfriend).

Susann Branco: 1988-1994

Barry Bonds first wife came from out of country. While in Montreal, most likely for a series against the artists formerly known as the Expos, Barry met Susann "Sun" Branco. Sun was a bartender at one of the many fine establishments in Montreal when she caught Barry's eyes. The couple decided to elope in 1988 during a trip to Vegas. At the time Barry had Sun sign a prenuptial agreement. Not a big deal until of course you get divorced. Barry and Sun separated in 1994 and this is when the fun started. Sun, who is originally from Sweden, sued saying she didn't understand the prenup she signed and should be entitled to some of Barry's baseball money. This was a few years after Barry signed the huge deal with the San Francisco Giants. During the trial allegations of physical and mental abuse were levied against Barry. Eventually the courts sided with Barry and the prenup was upheld. The couple did have two children, Nikolai and Shikari, during their short marriage. Anyone that watched Barry when he played with the SF Giants would remember Nikolai who was always around the team as the batboy and when he would greet Barry at home plate after each home run.

Liz Watson: 1998-2010

Liz jumped into the fray right as things got good with Barry. 1998 is right around the time that Barry is alleged to have started taking steroids to keep up with all the other players in baseball. I don't want to say for certain Barry did steroids since he was technically found not guilty of lying about steroids but men in their mid 30's don't typically break the single season home run record. Despite all of this, Barry Bonds married Liz win 1998. Out of all the ladies in Barry's life she probably has the most dirt on him. Liz and Barry met a long time before their wedding, starting as friends before dating. Eventually Liz, much like Barry's first wife, grew tired of who Barry was and filed for divorce in 2010. The couple have one daughter together, Aisha.

Kimberly Bell: 1994-2003

The Barry Bonds story wouldn't be complete if there wasn't a mistress, or two, or three. We will focus on by far the most famous of the mistresses, Kimberly Bell. Kim, who Barry first met in the parking lot of a Giants game, was his #1 go to girl during his San Fran days. Like many mistresses Barry eventually got tired of Kimberly and asked her to go away. Kim however had other plans and went on the attack. She discussed writing a book in which she talked about many of Barry's "issues" in the bedroom. Kim also posed for Playboy to show the world what Barry was missing. Kim would turned in a key witness for the prosecution in the Barry Bonds perjury trial due to her intimate knowledge of Barry and his steroid use.

So there you have it. A quick history of just some of the many women in Barry Bonds' life.


Ryan Vogelsong's wife Nicole Vogelsong



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Guys like Ryan Vogelsong are why we love sports.

After bouncing around the majors for a couple years in the early 2000's with poor results, Vogelsong was almost out of professional baseball. After a brief stint in Japan, he returned to America in 2010 for a couple minor league stints. Prior to the 2011 season, he latched on with the San Francisco Giants where he slipped into their 5th starter slot when Barry Zito went down with an injury. After an incredible run through the 2011 season saw Vogelsong become an All Star and a consistent force every fifth day. That run of success has continued into 2012 where Vogelsong won 14 games with an ERA of 3.37.

Vogelsong has also been lucky enough off the field as well, where he was lucky enough to marry a woman he's now been with for the better part of a decade. Ryan Vogelsong's wife, Nicole Vogelsong (formerly Nicole Holloway) was tending bar in Nashville where Ryan was pitching in the minors in 2001 when they met. After dating for a couple years, the two were engaged on a beach in The Bahamas. The two were married on November 12, 2005 in a ceremony near Pittsburgh, where Ryan was currently pitching for the Pirates. The couple has one child, Ryder, who Nicole refers to as "the Vogelchild," via Twitter, and a 12 year old dog named Yoda.