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Melissa Lima

As far as I can tell, there is only one photo of Melissa Lima floating around the internet. But man, what a photo. Check it out. The photo above was taken in May of 2004, when, with his wife and son by his side, Jose Lima sang the national anthem before the start of a Dodgers game. MLB.com ran the photo of Jose, Melissa and their son as part of a “hey, see, baseball players aren’t all such dumb brutes — they can sing, too!” story. But Lima got angry when the photo started garnering attention for reason’s other than intended. The picture was quickly taken down and replaced with one in which Mrs. Lima was cropped out, but it was already too late.

Melissa Lima, for your show-stopping, gravity-defying breasts, you are a hot baseball wife.

***UPDATE***

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Umpbump contributor Nick Kapur has tracked down this lesser-known but equally glorious photo of Melissa Lima. Thank you Nick!

12 Responses to “Hot baseball wife: Melissa Lima”

  1. Nick Kapur says:

    Oh no, you are mistaken, my friend.

    There is another!

  2. Sal Fasano has a long, distinguished career ahead of him in the adult entertainment business.

  3. joe borgen says:

    melons!!! good god! still a fan of Mrs. Damon

  4. Not bad but I still prefer Anna Benson…

  5. Further proof that money can indeed buy you happiness…

  6. Anonymous says:

    Hmmm…Wonder how much those costed Mr. Lima?

  7. Darrell Miller says:

    Well, You guys I will be working side by side withthe hot sexy lady…She is doing my Kitchen Cabinets I will give you guys details! haha

  8. Sarah Smith says:

    DO NOT USE HER to do anything for your home! She is extremely unprofessional. Her work ethic and overall quality is awful. I wish I would have known this earlier.

  9. Darrell Miller says:

    Yeah sarah I took her to court!! And won!

  10. Nick Kapur says:

    Whoa! What did she do wrong, Darrell?

  11. This woman was never legally married to lima..everyone in houston knows that…

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