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I don't know that many experts had the Cardinals and Rangers facing off in the Fall Classic. Apparently the baseball gods favor Jesus Freaks and yanking your starting pitcher halfway through the 5th inning. We're no strangers to hot Rangers fans - Amber Leigh Hartman and Miss COED Heather O have shown off their Texas-sized allegiances, but we don't have any COED models repping the Lou-birds. Hopefully, these photo galleries of each team's sexiest superfans will inspire the lovely ladies of St. Louis to break out their gear and deliver their hottest self-shot pics? Check 'em out then vote for the team you think has the hotter fans in our poll after the jump.
This is it, folks. The 2011 playoff slate is just about set - the Yanks, Phils, Brewers, D-Backs, Tigers, and Rangers have clinched their respective divisions. Now, all we need are our 2 wild cards. After 161 games, four teams' fates come down to the last game of the season. After looking like a sure thing, the Braves and Red Sox have blown considerable leads allowing the Rays and Cards back in to the race. If all teams win, they'll enter into head-to-head one game playoffs. What's more exciting than this photo finish? How about photos of their fine female superfans? Check 'em out then vote for the teams with the hottest fans in our poll after the jump.
On July 3rd, Major League Baseball announced the rosters for the 2011 MLB All Star Teams. On July 4th, America celebrated our Independence Day. On July 5th, everyone realized the lack of beautiful women in professional baseball. While hot cheerleaders have been a staple of the NFL and NBA for decades, MLB's first cheerleading team was apparently the Marlin Mermaids in 2003. Step it up, MLB! In the hopes of getting teams to realize how important these ladies are, we've compiled the following list of sexy all-star spirit leaders. Check it out after the jump.
The NHL had the bright idea of playing the "Winter Classic" outside at venues not typically used for hockey. The concept has since been adopted by the NCAA with ridiculous results. After this past weekend's pretty awesome Illinois-Northwestern game at Wrigley and Notre Dame-Army game at Yankee Stadium, we at COED got to thinking: what other non-football venues would make for cool college football matchups?
With the baseball season about 75 percent done it is about time to start considering who to lavish with awards at the end of the season. This year there is an exceptional group of players that are deserving of the honor in both the American and National Leagues.
These five guys are ones you probably have not heard of, but they would love to help you win your league (maybe love is a strong word). If you have not yet had your draft, look for them in the latter rounds once your starting slots are filled. If you have drafted, see if they are available in free agency and grab them quick.