2008 All Hottie All Stars: National League

Yesterday brought you the American League Lineup, today we have the boys from the senior circuit, ready and rearing to go. Get your bids in now: we're about to see if Justin Huber made the NL team as the Padre's lone representative or not!




Chris Ianetta, Colorado Rockies

He's got a good smile and looks like a nice, down to earth and approachable guy.

First Baseman


Conor Jackson, Arizona Diamondbacks

Eh, we'll go with it. I'm not as familiar with the NL hotties so this will probably be more difficult that you'd like to believe.

Second Baseman


Chase Utley, Philadelphia Phillies

Chase just barely nudged out Dan Uggla for the hilarity factor, but Utley is actually cuter than Uggla so there you have it.

Third Baseman


David Wright, New York Mets

He is pretty, not gonna lie. But is he prettier than Alex Gordon? That's the question I'll answer tomorrow (stay tuned!)



Rafael Furcal, Los Angeles Dodgers

Another position that was hard to find, given that a lot of the other teams had already received their nominees before I picked SS.



Justin Huber, San Diego Padres

I'm a sucker for an accent, what can I say? Couldn't find any decent shots of him in Padres garb, so we'll go with this nice shot instead :)


Alfonso Soriano, Chicago Cubs

Everyone loves a man with ridiculous amounts of bling [/sarcasm]


Jeff Francoeur, Atlanta Braves

Starting Pitcher


Ben Sheets, Milwaukee Brewers

Relief Pitchers


Chris Wainwright, St. Louis Cardinals

Another one I hated to put on the team, but they have to have a rep. He's not awful looking but...I don't really like that hat much.


Bronson Arroyo, Cincinnati Reds

He looks a bit goofy, but the long hair isn't bad and everyone loves a guy with a guitar. Haha.


Brandon Backe, Houston Astros


John Patterson, Washington Nationals


Tim Lincecum, San Francisco Giants

He's on here because I'm actually kind of a fan of the grungy, longer hair look. And he's also got a decent mean eye going on there.


Paul Maholm, Pittsburgh Pirates


Andrew Miller, Florida Marlins


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