Monday is Hot Baseball Wives Day here on UmpBump.com, and this week’s enshrinee into the Hallowed Halls, by popular demand of several UmpBump readers, is Karen Moyer, eldest daughter of famed ESPN college basketball analyst Digger Phelps, and wife of ageless Phillies southpaw Jamie Moyer.

In addition to being the devoted mother of the couple’s seven children, Karen Moyer is also co-founder with her husband of the Moyer Foundation, which helps troubled children, sits on numerous boards and committees of organizations devoted to helping children in distress, and is also the founder, owner, and head trainer at “Go Legs” – a cycling-focused fitness center in Seattle.

For being hot in a variety of ways, Karen Moyer is this week’s honoree.

More pictures after the jump…





3 Responses to “Hot Baseball Wife: Karen Moyer”

  1. Not to mention who her dad is… Digger Phelps.

  2. Nick Kapur says:

    Actually I did mention that, if you go back and actually read the text.


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