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Boys Of Summer

Get ready for America's pastime!

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    Derek Jeter- New York Yankees, Position - Short stop

    A heartthrob on the field and off, Derek Jeter dazzles us with his skills and killer looks.

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    Daniel Bard- Boston Red Sox, Position - Pitcher

    Bard is working on getting out of the bullpen and onto the diamond this season. It's a shame they kept him locked up for so long.

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    Grady Sizemore - Cleveland Indians, Position- Center Field

    A few years back, nude photos of this baseball hottie leaked onto the internet by a zany fan. The pictures were meant for his girlfriend's eyes only. Some girls just don't like to share.

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    Nick Markakis - Baltimore Orioles, Position: Right Field

    Nick Markakis signed a 5-year extension of $66 million in 2009 with the Orioles. Not only does he make the big bucks, but he donates $75,000 a season to various charities. We love guys that look good and big hearts.

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    Alex Rodriguez – New York Yankees, Position: Third Base

    Fans have been hard on poor A-Rod lately, but we hope that when the season starts he will be willing and able to perform like we know he can.

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    Jeff Francoeur- Kansas City Royals, Position - Right Field

    Mon Dieu! Nicknamed Frenchy, we have to thank the French on this one.

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    Sean Rodriguez - Tampa Bay Rays, Position: Third Base

    Last season, Rodriguez was given a hard time for his foul language. We fans can forgive anything that comes out of those lips.

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    Franklin Gutierrez - Seattle Mariners, Position: Center Field

    Nicknamed the Gold-Glover, Gutierrez is always protected and never lets anything go past him. Health issues behind him, this cutie is ready to run circles this upcoming season.

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    Josh Willingham - Minnesota Twins, Position: Left Field

    This 6'2 player will be moving to right field after signing a three-year contract with the Minnesota Twins. It doesn't matter where he lands, he'll catch them all.

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    Conor Jackson - Texas Rangers, Position: Left Field

    Newly signed to the Rangers, Jackson looks good in a uniform.

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    David DeJesus - Chicago Cubs, Position: Right Field

    A recent addition to the Chicago Cubs, DeJesus married a local Cubs fan. Dreams do come true.

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    Jake Arrieta - Baltimore Orioles, Position: Pitcher

    Arrieta had a spur removed from his arm and said he feels refreshed to pitch with the same intensity as he did in the past. He doesn't have to throw because just looking at him gets us hot and bothered.

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    Chase Utley - Philadelphia Phillies, Position - Second Base

    Poor Utley is coming off knee injuries from last season. However with eight years of experience, he must know what he is doing.

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    Ichiro Suzuki- Seattle Mariners, Position - Right Field

    The Japanese native needs an interpreter for press conferences and interviews, but we don't need to hear him speak to know he can hit home runs.

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    Dustin Ackley - Seattle Mariners, Position: Second Base

    If you are looking to add Ackley into your Fantasy Draft lineup, watch out because he will picked up quick.

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    Matt Kemp - Los Angeles Dodgers, Position: Center Field

    Rihanna's ex-boyfriend is a looker, he can play ball, and signed an impressive $160 million, eight year contract. Why did she give him up again?

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    Josh Hamilton- Texas Rangers, Position: Left Field

    Forget Tad; win a date with Josh Hamilton.

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    Justin Verlander - Detroit Tigers, Position: Pitcher

    Verlander has been with his girlfriend since high school and yet no ring on the finger, but for a 6'5 muscular athlete, who wouldn't want to stick around.

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    Evan Longoria - Tampa Bay Rays, Position: Third Base

    This third baseman has lightening reflexes. Just check out the way he caught a foul ball to save the life of a reporter. It may have been faked, but it still deserves a swoon.

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    Austin Jackson - Detroit Tigers, Position: Center Field

    Along with other Tiger teammates, Jackson passed out popcorn at a local grocery store. Extra butter, please!

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    Brandon Crawford - San Francisco Giants, Position: Short Stop

    Although Crawford is a big time baseball player, he still likes to kick back and hang out with the family. This guy has his priorities straight.

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    Francisco Cervelli - New York Yankees, Position: Catcher

    An Italian stallion never looked so good in pinstripes.

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    Joseph Votto - Cincinnati Reds, Position: First Base

    Strong square features and a physique mouths water over, everyone should vote for Voto.

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    Kyle Farnsworth - Tamba Bay Rays, Position: Pitcher

    Not only is Farnsworth one heck of a player, but he has the tall, sexy smart look down when he puts his glasses on.

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    Brandon League - Seattle Mariners, Position: Pitcher

    This Mariner can save the day anytime.

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    Jacoby Ellsbury - Boston Red Sox, Position: Center Field

    He's not afraid to run for those over the shoulder balls, which is good because it's nice to see him go.

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    Barry Zito - San Francisco Giants, Position: Pitcher

    Lefty pitcher Zito is changing his pitching style this season to increase the velocity and speed of his throws. That is all fine and well, but if he just stayed on the mound and smiled, the umpire would still call a strike.

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    David Price - Tampa Bay Rays, Position: Pitcher

    Price's avatar in MLB 2K12 looks just as good as the real thing.

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    David Wright - New York Mets, Position: Third Base

    There's talk that Wright will get traded. New York will get dimmer come opening day if this is true.

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    Alex Rios - Chicago White Sox, position: Center Field

    The brooding White Sox player could use a hug. Line it up ladies.

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