Monday is Hot Baseball Wife Day here at UmpBump, and this week’s honoree is Julianna Zobrist, aspiring singer of Christian-themed electronic pop/rock music and wife of Tampa Bay Rays utilityman Ben Zobrist.

Little information about Julianna is available on the internets, but we do know that she had quite a busy winter this past year, giving birth to the couple’s first child, Zion, and releasing her self-published debut album, The Tree, the title song of which husband Ben has been using as his entry music at Rays home games.

More pictures after the jump…








2 Responses to “Hot Baseball Wife: Julianna Zobrist”

  1. Conrad.TDI says:

    Here’s a nominee for the “Perky Award”.

    Aren’t edgy Christians awesome!!!!!

  2. Where did you get these pictures? Is she your close personal friend? This HBW post wins the best candid shots award. Look at those sox.


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