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Evan Longoria's Wife is a Former NFL Cheerleader, Playboy Playmate & Cop

San Francisco Giants third baseman Evan Longoria is best known for his tenure with the Tampa Bay Rays, having played the first 10 years of his MLB career for at Tropicana Field.

It was during his time with the Rays that Longoria met the love of his life and his current wife, Jaime Edmondson.

Who is Evan Longoria's Wife?

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Evan Longoria and Jaime Edmondson made their relationship public in 2012, and got engaged in 2013. The couple were married in 2015, and have two children, daughter Elle and son Nash.

Jaime is a former Miami Dolphins cheerleader and was the 2010 January Playboy Playmate of the Month. Additionally, Edmondson was a participant in the popular television series "The Amazing Race" in its 18th season.

Edmondson is a Florida Atlantic University graduate, where she earned a degree in criminal justice. She was briefly a police officer in Boca Raton, so she's had a wide range of professions throughout her life.

A bit of controversy flared up in 2018 regarding Longo's wife, Jaime. The model filed a lawsuit against a Tampa strip club, along with two other women, who alleged that the strip club used stolen photos of them in its advertising and social media posts.

The strip club in question, Deja Vu, reportedly did not respond to the Tampa Bay Times' request for a comment.

Edmondson and Longoria reportedly own a mansion in St. Petersburg which Longo is said to have purchased in 2013 for just under $1.5 million.

Evan Longoria's MLB Career

Evan Longoria, who grew up in Los Angeles, California, in the Downey area, attended Saint John Bosco High School before enrolling at Long Beach State after failing to receive much interest from college baseball programs.

He proved his doubters wrong, making his MLB debut in 2008, winning AL Rookie of the Year and making his first of three American League All-Star teams. The third baseman is also a three-time Gold Glove winner and also won the Silver Slugger award in 2009.

Longoria was with the Tampa Bay Rays in the American League East for 10 seasons, brutalizing the likes of the Toronto Blue Jays, New York Yankees, and Boston Red Sox up until he was traded to the San Francisco Giants after the 2017 season.

As a member of the Giants, Longoria continued to man the hot corner at third base, and featured in 53 of the team's 60 games during 2020 season which was shortened due to COVID-19.

Across his Major League career, Longo has hit 304 home runs and drove in 1,043 RBI.

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