Plenty of people in the baseball universe—whether they're fans of Mc Carthy or not—are aware of his wife Amanda's presence.She certainly makes herself known on Twitter and to the press, which is actually fine because she's pretty hilarious. He may not be in baseball anymore, but when he was, life was so good.And all is well on the home front, too: The Dallas native married high school sweetheart Ellen in 2010, and at that point, they had already been together for seven years—which means their love blossomed right around ninth grade. Well, if you're Mario Manningham, you register one of the most famous catches in the history of the NFL, win the Super Bowl, sign a lucrative deal with another team that will soon be headed to the Super Bowl, and then you get engaged to your high school sweetheart. As those of us who, at some point, have stalked Tyler Seguin on Twitter know, the Bruins' Gregory Campbell got married in the summer of 2012 to his high school sweetheart, Katie.The lavish affair took place at the Trump Tower in Toronto, Ontario.These days, they still reside in Arlington in the offseason with their two sons, who are eight and 11 years old.He was once a fierce starting pitcher for the Orioles and the Yankees.You can check out this video to watch Iginla work out and hang out with his dog in their ridonkulous offseason house. That is doubtlessly what Charlene Valenti is telling her hubby these days.
These days, we hear so much about the contentious divorces and the rumors of infidelity that we forget about how many happy couples there are out there in the world of sports.
Mauer broke the hearts of millions of Twins fangirls when he got engaged to Maddie in December 2011.
Though it wasn't always unicorns and rainbows for the couple—Mauer famously dated Miss USA 2005 earlier in his career—he decided to settle down with a girl he has known since their days at Cretin-Derham Hall in St. Deron Williams is one of those guys who gets what he wants. He wants All-Stars surrounding him in his new home in Brooklyn, he gets them.
The centerman, who resides in London, Canada in the offseason, is more well known for being the guy who stood in front of an Evgeni Malkin slap shot during the 2013 Eastern Conference Finals, thus breaking his right fibula.
He may be destined for NFL mediocrity for the entirety of his career, but at least Philip Rivers has love. Super Bowl rings can't buy you happiness, so at least he has wedded bliss going for him.