No no, not that J.Lo.

It turns out that former Reds and current Nationals infielder Felipe Lopez has his own J.Lo – wife Jennifer – who appeared in FHM magazine last year.

Not bad for a player who may not even be good enough to crack the starting lineup of the Washington freakin’ Nationals this season.

8 Responses to “Hot Baseball Wife: Jennifer Lopez”

  1. Wow….this edition of J.Lo is way hotter than the original…that’s some serious pull for Felipe

  2. Felix Teodoro says:

    With a wife like JL, it shouldn’t take too long for Felipe to break out of his slump…esp. w/encouragement and support from her…BTW, I wonder what distraction caused Felipe’s “slump” last year?? And wonder whether it had anything to do w/their marital relationship problems now resolved……?

    Best wishes to Felipe and Jennifer!!

  3. rich bourbeau says:

    Love the pics.

  4. I like this J-Lo Better


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