Sure, the MLB season is weeks away, but it's never too early to start celebrating America's national pastime. Especially the women who report it.
Unlike basketball or football, baseball is still learning to utilize the sexy on-field reporter, but the ones that do it are some very solid hotties. So to celebrate the reemergence of baseball, here are The 10 Hottest Baseball Reporters.
Trust me, the top six are worth sticking around for.
I couldn't do this list and leave Trenni off of it.
While many of these women no longer cover baseball, Trenni is still around, acting as a reporter and studio host for the MLB Network.
Trust me, this chick knows her baseball, so she's someone you don't mind listening to as you look at her.
This FSN reporter took maternity leave mid-2009 and was spotted looking super-preggers, yet still pretty good.
However, news recently broke that she may be leaving the network, which would be a huge blow to the Northwest and their hot reporter population.
Once the lead anchor for NESN, Hazel Mae was so popular among New Englanders that she was nominated to become the first president of Red Sox Nation.
However, now she has moved on to bigger and better things, where she is now the face of the MLB Network.
Also she apparently has the power to shock people with her cleavage.
Also a vet of the NESN sports network, Cervasio was the Red Sox sideline reporter all the way up until 2008 when she moved on to work at Madison Square Garden of all places as a studio host.
Say what you want about the Red Sox, but they had some hotties covering them.
Now mostly a football gal for the NFL Network and NBC Sports, Flanagan cut her teeth reporting for FSN and Baseball Tonight with ESPN.
Whether it's football or baseball, she certainly makes listening to the talking heads a little more bearable when she's around.
A former beauty queen from Florida, Donaldson migrated north where she hosted Mets Weekly in 2006 before moving on as the beat reporter for (who else) the Boston Red Sox.
Sadly, she moved on from the sporting world in 2008 after being assaulted by her boyfriend, a (get this) professional Slamball player. That's crazy. That sport has such a good reputation...
Not to be confused with a different blond model named Charissa Thompson, this one is much classier but still incredibly hot in her own right.
Thompson has moved onto colder pastures, working as an on-ice reporter for the NHL on Versus, but just a few years ago she was covering baseball for FSN on such programs as The 2007 MLB All-Star Game Red Carpet Parade and The Baseball Report.
Another Florida beauty queen (Miss Florida USA in 2004), Berset moved up to Baltimore where she has grown into her niche of a sports reporter.
Now an anchor, Berset gained the love of many a baseball fan when she covered the Orioles, becoming the first thing to make them must-see since Brady Anderson started taking steroids.
Tough call to put her at No. 3, but I couldn't let Sansone land in the top two if for the only reason that she doesn't cover baseball anymore, but she is definitely smoking hot.
She got started early, and by early I mean she was covering the Little League World Series when she was freaking 12 years old. We knew she was going to be good; we just didn't know she was going to be this hot.
Later on she would contribute to NESN covering the Sox, like every other hot reporter, then went on to become a fantasy sports babe for Yahoo! for a little while.
Now she is out of sports entirely, but we're hopeful she'll be back soon. I miss her.
What can I say about Erin Andrews that I haven't said 384 times already? She's hot, she's the ultimate girl-next-door, and she's good at what she does.
Even when she gets nailed by a foul ball, like last summer, she continues to get back out there and make us care about regular season baseball and the College World Series like nobody else out there can.
Current Red Sox field reporter Heidi Watney is quickly becoming one of the most popular on-field reporters in baseball. It's starting to become Erin Andrews-esque.
In fact, her supporters have pointed out the fact that even Andrews has admired Watney's nice behind before.
She may not be at Andrews' stature yet, but it's only a matter of time before ESPN snatches her away from NESN as the world gets a new reporter to obsess over.