Baker Mayfield’s Wife Emily’s Outfit To Rays Game Causes A Stir

Baker Mayfield’s Wife Emily’s Outfit To Rays Game Causes A Stir

Baker Mayfield wife’s Emily caused something of a stir at this week’s Tampa Bay Rays game with her outfit choice.

All season long the Rays have been one of Major League Baseball’s more intriguing groups. Unfortunately, they ran into an absolute Buzzsaw of a Texas Rangers squad in the Wild Card round and got bounced on Wednesday night.

Before Tampa Bay’s baseball season concluded, though – the biggest star of the city’s football team showed up to support them. And not only did Baker come to cheer the Rays on, but he brought his wife as well.

Emily’s outfit to the Rays game was a huge hit.

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Emily causing this sort of stir is unsurprising. Be it for her wild workout photos, her intimate pictures with her beau or her provocative boat party snaps, she is something of a mainstay in the general news cycle and has been ever since Baker joined the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Plus, her general social media content is always really popular as well.

While the Rays’ season obviously didn’t end on the highest of notes, it is worth remembering that this franchise boasts the fourth lowest payroll in all of Major League Baseball. They definitely did more with less this year.

Plus, it isn’t like there are all that many Rays fans to actually be disappointed about how the square fared against the Rangers. Not even a 99-win season could pack Tropicana Field.

Despite the Mayfields showing up, the Rays drew Major League Baseball’s smallest playoff crowd since 1919. Big yikes there.

Will Baker be able to do for Tampa Bay what the Rays couldn’t and lead the Buccaneers deep into the playoffs in 2023? Time will tell, but either way, Emily will be there cheering him on every step of the way.

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Anthony Amador

A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.
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