Monday is Hot Baseball Wife Day here at UmpBump, and this week’s honoree is Heidi DeRosa, the wife of Cleveland Indians infielder Mark DeRosa.

Heidi is a retired fashion model, who used to work the cameras under her maiden name “Heidi Miller.” Other than that very little is known about her, at least on the internets. The couple was married in 2003, and they have one child, daughter Gabriella.

Last fall Heidi DeRosa was voted “hottest wife in baseball” by the readers of fantasy site Fantasy Baseball Dugout. Frankly, we here at UmpBump wouldn’t necessarily go quite that far, as there are many other contenders, but you can be the judge yourself.

More pictures after the jump…




4 Responses to “Hot Baseball Wife: Heidi DeRosa”

  1. Why Jim Why ???? For the love of God why did you trade DeRosa ????

  2. Cubs fans love their hott wives. Quite frankly, the voting last year for hott wives over at Fantasy Baseball Dugout wasn’t even close. Jamie Kotsay, Lisa Dergan, and Anna Benson came in 2nd/3rd/4th in our vote, but Mrs. DeRo got 33% of the vote.

  3. Nick Kapur says:

    Yeah, I kind of figured it was just crazy Cubs fans voting for the home team hot wife…

  4. Not.Even.Close.

    This broad has Anna Benson and all the others by a country mile. Yowza…

    WAY fine.


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