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Thursday, March 25, 2004


Baseball Widow, she's such a trendsetter. . . Seth Speaks Stohs has just released his list of TV crushes, compiled in response to Al Rambling Bethke's tradition of naming his fantasy baseball teams after attractive actresses. Come on guys, using your blog to generate random lists of attractive people is so last month. . .

Alas, the season hasn't started yet, and news is slow, so Baseball Widow is happy to join this conversation. Below you'll find my predictions of the women who land on Baseball Hubby's first TV crush list. I'll have Hubby write in and agree or disagree.

Danica McKeller (The Wonder Years) and Danielle Fishel (Boy Meets World) both make the list, but Baseball Widow will bet her Mark Paul Gosselaar Posters that Marina Sirtis was Baseball Hubby's first TV crush. Ms. Sirtis portrayed Counselor Troi on Star Trek: The Next Generation. There must be something about Star Trek alien women 'cause Baseball Hubby can hardly take his eyes off of Enterprise's T'Pal.

As for Baseball Widow, although the aforementioned Mark Paul, known best as Zach Morris of Saved by the Bell might be her teen idol heartthrob, Pierce Bronson as Remington Steele in the TV Show of the same name set the standard for manhood before I even knew what a crush was.

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