Monday is Hot Baseball Wife Day here at UmpBump, and this week’s honoree is Leslee Holliday, wife of Oakland A’s outfielder Matt Holliday.

The couple met in 1998, when Matt had just signed his first pro contract out of high school and was still living with his family in Stillwater, Oklahoma, and Leslee was a freshman at the University of Oklahoma. The couple has two children, sons Ethan and Jackson.

More pictures after the jump…





2 Responses to “Hot Baseball Wife: Leslee Holliday”

  1. Conrad.TDI says:

    Forgive me in advance for this one…..

    Tracy Jones on WLW would have said:

    “No wonder he’s not hitting, he needs a Slump Buster!”

  2. Lyndsay says:

    meh, she’s generically pretty. she doesn’t knock me over with her prettiness though. so she’s probably wife material.

    was that last picture taken when it dawned on her just how mediocre her husband is turning out to be?


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