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30 Major League Hotties To Root For This Baseball Season

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4. Jason Kipnis - Cleveland Indians - 2B


This will be Jason's fourth season with the Indians. Known affectionately as "dirtbag", due to his tendency to dirty his uniform, Kipnis made the AL All-Star team in 2013.

8. C.J. Wilson - Los Angeles Angels - P

Two-time MLB All-Star, this is C.J.'s third season with the Angels. Interesting fact: C.J. adheres to the "straight edge" way of life, and has multiple tattoos to prove his devotion.

9. Joe Mauer - Minnesota Twins - C/1B

Joe has had an impressive 9 season career with the Twins, both in the field and at the plate. He's the only catcher in MLB history to win 3 batting titles, although this season he makes a permanent move to first base.

14. J.P. Arencibia- Texas Rangers - C


J.P. debuted in 2010 with the Toronto Blue Jays, and was picked up by the Rangers for the 2014 season. Sorry though ladies, he just got engaged to Kimberly Perry of The Band Perry.

17. Brandon Beachy - Atlanta Braves - P / Via AP

Brandon has been with the Braves since 2010, but has had multiple issues with his elbow. In July 2013, he impressively styled his hair to form 'YMCA' and pic-stitched it for the world to see.

19. Brandon Phillips - Cincinnati Reds - 2B


Brandon has been with the Reds since 2006, having previously played for the Indians from 2002-2005. He's considered one of the best second basemen in the league, with an impressive amount of Golden Glove awards.

22. Giancarlo Stanton - Miami Marlins - RF


Giancarlo made his MLB debut with the Marlins in 2010 at the age of 20. At 6'6'', 240lbs, and in phenomenal shape, he was featured in ESPN's Body Issue last year. Check out the incredible photos of him here if you know what's good for you.

24. David Wright - New York Mets - 3B


A Met since 2004, David was voted the "Face of MLB" by Twitter for the 2014 season. Among his countless career highlights, - a dating site for women seeking younger men - voted him the hottest "cub" in the MLB.

25. Cole Hamels - Philadelphia Phillies - P


Cole has been with the Phillies since 2006 and won the World Series MVP in 2008. Along with his wife he runs The Hamels Foundation, which is dedicated to enriching lives of children through education.

27. Tommy Medica - San Diego Padres - OF


Tommy just recently came up from the Minor League in September 2013. Currently the Padres are doing their best to work him into their line-up, and although he was a catcher for 15 years, he seems to be doing quite well in the outfield.

28. Brandon Crawford - San Francisco Giants - SS


Brandon has been with the Giants since his debut in 2011, when he became the sixth player in MLB history to hit a grand slam in their first Major League game.

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