As men, we don't ask for a lot.
We want our beers to be cold, our seats to be comfortable, our wings to be hot, and our sports brought to us by beautiful women.
Thanks to various networks out there, we can be assured that the last one on that list will continue to happen for the foreseeable future.
To make this particular list, you still have to be involved with sports reporting this year, and you can't be Rachel Nichols. Sorry, I just don't find her attractive.
Here are the 15 Sexiest Sports Reporters.
Colleen Dominguez is definitely the cougar of this bunch.
She's been around for a while and continues to stimulate our minds with her reporting on Outside the Lines. Probably the most legitimate journalist of the group, Dominguez doesn't go for the cutesy fluff pieces.
She digs through the dirt while still managing to look good.
If you're one of the few people with access to the MLB Network, then you are fortunate enough to see Hazel Mae on a regular basis.
Although her name sounds like she is some farmer's daughter from South Dakota, she's actually from the Philippines and got her start working for NESN, where she was popular enough to be nominated to be the first president of Red Sox Nation.
If you can look this good but still know enough baseball to win over the Sully's of the world, that's a feat worth honoring.
Adriana Monsalve is an anchor for ESPN Deportes.
If you've got a soccer (or futbol) jones, you've probably run across this lovely lady once or twice. I don't know what she's saying, but I have the sneaking suspicion that I don't really care.
Lindsay Soto is a reporter for Fox Sports who is known for having, how should I put this, very large...talent.
In fact, in the video below, you can see that talent on display.
It's pretty funny how you can see her look up at the camera, like the producer in her ear is like, "Um, Lindsay, you do know we're shooting you from above, right?"
Nicole Manske, the host of NASCAR Now, is the best thing about NASCAR. Plain and simple.
I'm not tuning in to watch a bunch of cars turn left over and over, that's for sure.
Michelle Beadle, the co-host of the new SportsNation show on ESPN2, has a tough job.
She has to look good enough to distract viewers from looking at Colin Cowherd, the man with the voice (and face) for radio.
I think she does a fantastic job. Not only is she beautiful, she's also extremely funny and personable.
When Hazel Mae left NESN, the network decided to go with someone younger and hotter in Heidi Watney.
I'm not complaining one bit.
Even Yankees fans would tune in and watch a Red Sox game to catch a glimpse of her.
The former Playboy Playmate and current wife of Scott Podsednik, Lisa Dergan shows up every once in a while as a correspondent for Fox Sports.
Even if her husband didn't play baseball, I have a feeling the folks over at Fox Sports would have found some other connection so that they could put her on the air.
"So, you're telling me that your second cousin's kid's best friend plays Little League? When can you start?"
The former Miss USA (she's the one from Florida in the video) hasn't quite hit the big time, but if you're lucky enough to live in the Baltimore area, then you know why she's on this list.
It's only a matter of time before ESPN or Fox Sports scoops her up. I think if you are in a beauty pageant, all you have to do is a learn a little bit about sports, and you will have a job for life.
Now all I have to do is enter a beauty pageant...
Carrie is another lovely lady who hasn't yet made it to your television screen, but the host of NHL.com's The Hockey Show can't be far behind.
There are plenty of hockey fans out there that would like nothing better than to check Ms. Milbank up against the glass.
Maria Sansone is the lovely host of Pop Tub Daily on YouTube, but she also contributes to ESPN and NESN from time to time.
Sansone has been covering sports on TV since she was 11 and had her own show called Down To Size. She also played basketball in high school.
Basically, she's your dream girl. Let's move on.
Sara Carbonero is the angel-faced sideline reporter for Spain's Telecinco.
This girl is, like, impossibly cute. She makes me care about soccer.
We need to get her to the U.S. That way we would have more athletes striving to be soccer stars if they thought they had a chance to be interviewed by her.
This NBA TV reporter is definitely a scene stealer. For a network that has the comedic stylings of Chris Webber and Gary Payton, Melanie makes guys tune in the most.
This girl can knock down a three and even look good in a Clippers jersey. What can't she do?
This sports reporter for TV Azteca has absolutely no qualms about showing off her body. In fact, she's built a career around it.
Whatever the case may be, she's gotten results. Whether it's grabbing interviews at the Super Bowl or getting on the pitch at the World Cup, Ines Sainz is a sexy superstar of the reporting world.
When you have a YouTube video dedicated solely to the white pants you're wearing, you know you've made it.
Who else could we put here?
We don't know how good she looks in a bikini, but Erin Andrews is as sexy as it gets for most men.
She is down to earth, funny, smart, and beautiful. It's her "girl next door" quality that wins us over.
And so we salute Erin Andrews as the Sexiest Sports Reporter. May you wear your crown for years to come.