We have to pay the bills; or at least, get more people to the site. And as one visitor put it, “Hot baseball wives; that’s what needs to happen.”


Most of you may know “The Price is Right;” the CBS game show still hosted by Mr. Bob Barker. Most of you may also know that Mr. Barker has a line-up of pretty-looking ladies working under the nom-de-guèrre of “Barker’s Beauties.”

What some of you may not know, is that Rachel Reynolds is part of said line-up, and not only was she one of the finalists to replace Brooke Burke as the host of Wild on E!, she is currently married to former Florida Marlin and LSU quarterback, Josh Booty.

Thus granting her the increasingly popular title of HBW: hot baseball wife.

Rachel Reynolds

3 Responses to “Hot Baseball Wife: Rachel Reynolds”

  1. Coley Ward says:

    Alejandro, I can’t believe you managed to write that many words about a hot chick married to a guy named “Booty” w/o “cracking” a joke or making her the “butt” of at least a little ridicule.

  2. Alejandro says:


    PS. I can safely bet that whenever someone thinks about Ms. Reynolds’ Booty, they won’t have RBI, HR, or AB in mind.

  3. Sarah Green says:

    Fine, you pussies. I guess I stumped you all with the sheer ballsiness of my trivia Q. If Nomie gets his batting title this year, it’ll be the first time a player won the title in both leagues since 1899 and 1902, when Ed Delahanty did it. Easy Eddie is often remembered as the dude who died by falling into Niagara Falls.

    Read his 1903 obit here:



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