Definitive Ranking Of The Most Attractive MLB Post-Season Players By Team

There are a lot of them, trust me. I’m here to help you spot the hotties on the field when ~bae~ wants to watch baseball instead of Scream Queens. I decided to pick one from each team, because we can’t cheer for the Cubs solely because they have the most attractive team.

1. Kris Bryant & Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs
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Two for one here because they’re both beautiful. Seriously. Just look at them. I don’t even know what to say here besides on the right we have 23-year-old third baseman Kris and 26-year-old first baseman Anthony on the left.  *drooling* Can we say dream team?

2. Matt Harvey, New York Mets
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I just want to stare at his beauty forever. Mets fans like to refer to him as the Dark Night, which is fine with me, *puts bat signal out*. Matt will certainly be on the mound this post season. I may be a Yankees fan, but my favorite day of the week is when #33 pitches.

3. Adam Wainright, St. Louis Cardinals
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Yes, yes, yes. No worries ladies, we will see Adam in the post-season. This 34-year-old pitcher is definitely great to watch. I mean that in a baseball fan way and in the girly “he’s so cute” way. #50, you don’t disappoint in any category.

4. Brett Gardner, New York Yankees
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Because I’m a Yankees fan, I’m super biased. But I definitely feel Brett takes the cake here. Alex Rodriquez is a close second, though. Brett will be in the outfield this offseason, left field. #11 is mine though, so you can look but find someone else to love please. 😉

5. Josh Hamilton, Texas Rangers
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Josh Hamilton doesn’t make very good decisions off the field, but on the field he looks very good. Just another 34-year-old that looks exceptional in a baseball uniform. #24 can be found in left field all tatted up.

6. Joc Pederson, Los Angeles Dodgers
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I’m like hey, what’s up, hello0o0o. Joc, another young one out there. You’ll find this 21-year-old in centerfield with that cute smile.

7. Troy Tulowitziki, Toronto Blue Jays
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Much talent, little looks on the Blue Jays roster. Troy brings up the team average for sure. I love him because he loves Derek Jeter, plays the same position as DJ, and has the same number. Additionally, this shortstop can make girls stop in their tracks.

8. Jake Marisnick, Houston Astros
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Young and in lo0o0o0ove. Hi, Jake. The Astros may not make it far this year, but if they do be on the look out for this 24-year-old in center fielding rocking #6.

9. Michael Mariot, Kansas City Royals
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What KC lacks in attractive-ness they certainly make up for in talent. Thankfully, the Royals have Michael, a 26-year-old right handed pitcher. I’ll definitely be on the look out for #48 in October.

10. Jordy Mercer, Pittsburg Pirates
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Another team that needs some help on the attractive side but Jordy is certainly easy on the eyes. We may see more of this short stop if they get past the Cubs in the wildcard, but if not this 29-year-old will be nice to look at next spring.

Enjoy the post-season ladies, I know I will.

Courtney Charroux

Courtney is what you can call a northern-southern belle. Grew up a Mass-hole, took some southern lessons in SC and is now back north trying to figure out the white stuff on the ground. She enjoys all things Britney Spears and sports. Puppies bring her as much joy as a nice cold cup of ice coffee. If you'd like to know more about her mad life, follow her on Twitter/Instagram - @cacharroux.

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