Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Chiefs and Royals players' wives: Are they hot?

Posted By on Tue, Apr 6, 2010 at 6:00 AM

click to enlarge Chantel "Punchy" Kendall
  • Chantel "Punchy" Kendall

We happily stumbled upon PlayerWives.com, a Web site cataloging the significant others of various major-league athletes. This is how we learned that NASCAR driver Carl Edwards married a fellow Columbia, Missourian, and Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel is married to a champion USC volleyball player.

Of course, it's always more interesting to read about the drama, and there's plenty of that in the contentious divorce proceedings between the Kansas City Royals' Jason Kendall and his soon-to-be-ex, Chantel. PlayersWives.com relates Kendall's claim that Chantel "regularly punched me," and that Chantel says Kendall is addicted to Adderall. The site reports that Chantel showed up to a divorce hearing with Sean Stewart, Rod Stewart's son, of Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew fame. Lovely!

At least there's no controversy regarding the hotness of Emily Kuchar, the fiancé wife of Royals pitcher Zach Greinke. According to the site, her hotness ranking is an 8.8 out of 10 (with 126 votes cast).

Emily "8.8" Kuchar
  • Emily "8.8" Kuchar

G'head, drool away.

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