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darvishYu Darvish, the ace of the Japanese WBC team and star hurler for the Nippon Ham Fighters, is just about the biggest Japanese baseball star not currently playing in the Major Leagues. Tall, dark, and handsome, the half-Iranian, half-Japanese righty haunts the dreams of young women across Japan, so it surprised no one when he married one of the prettiest Japanese actresses around, 22-year-old idol Saeko.  The two were married in 2007 and had a son in the spring of 2008

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One Response to “Hot Baseball Wife: Saeko Darvish”

  1. That nurse picture is just unfair… although there is nothing hotter than a woman in a baseball jersey

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