Nobody drives people to the polls like Barack Obama, and nobody drives visitors to Umpbump like Jamie Kotsay. The hottest of Hot Baseball Wives is responsible for a serious chunk of our traffic. Is it any wonder why? When the Gods created Jamie, they broke the mold.

In fact, there’s only one thing wrong with her — she’s married.

But if Barack Obama has taught us anything, it’s that good can triumph over evil. That unity can triumph over partisanship. And that hope can triumph over fear.

So gentlemen, while it’s not likely Jamie will be your girlfriend anytime soon, you’re always allowed to hope — and ogle our seemingly endless supply of Jamie Kotsay pictures.

2 Responses to “Inauguration Day Obamicon: Jamie Kotsay”

  1. First time visit. Really fun site. I’ll be back often.

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