Monday is hot baseball wife day here at UmpBump, and today’s honoree is Heidi Hamels, née Strobel, a physical education teacher from Missouri who rocketed to fame as a contestant on season six of TV’s Survivor (“Amazon”) when, after losing 20 pounds as part of an “endurance challenge,” she and another female contestant agreed to strip naked in exchange for peanut butter and oreos.

The incident later led to Heidi posing in Playboy magazine, and ultimately she caught the eye of Philadelphia Phillies ace Cole Hamels, whom she married in 2007. And really, as hot as posing in Playboy may be, what could be hotter than snagging World Series MVP and all-around stud Cole Hamels?

More pictures after the jump…






2 Responses to “Hot Baseball Wife: Heidi Hamels”

  1. I love looking at her nude.

  2. what’s with athletes marrying women from “Survivor”? (see also: Hasselbeck)

    I also stripped naked last weekend for some oreos, and that didn’t seem to get anyone’s attention!


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