The 25 Hottest Latinos in Major League Baseball!

Fun fact: Baseball was invented in June in the early 1800s in England. Whether you care or don't, one thing you'll DEFINITELY care about is all the Latino hotties who play the sport. All we can say is: We'd sure play ball with any of these guys. What about you? 


Robinson Cano

This fine looking second baseman for the New York Yankees grew up in the Dominican Republic. Baseball’s in the pelotero’s blood; Cano’s father was also part of the MLB, playing for the Houston Astros. 


Miguel Cabrera

This handsome Venezuelan with a sweet smile and sultry eyes plays the third baseman for the Detroit Tigers. He began his professional career in 2000 and has been unstoppable ever since. 


Angel Pagan

This Boricua plays as an outfielder for the San Francisco Giants, and looks good doing it. Pagan was born and raised in “La Isla del Encanto,” and always had his sights set on the big leagues. 


Yoenis Cespedes  

Nicknamed “La Potencia,” or “The Powerin English, 27-year-old Cespedes is an outfielder for the Oakland Athletics team. He has only been in the MLB for less than three years and guess what ladies? He’s single! We’re definitely keeping an eye on this cubano


Aroldis Chapman

Cubano Aroldis Chapman plays for the Cincinnati Reds as a pitcher, but he sure is a hit with us. (Get it?! It's a baseball pun.)


Yunel Escobar

A shortstop for the Tampa Bay Rays, 30-year-old Yunel Escobar has been in the league for more than five years. In 2004, he left Cuba by sea when he was just 21 years old and we’re glad to see this dark and handsome man thrive as a professional baseball player now. 


Pedro Alvarez

Pedro Alvarez is a third baseman for the Pittsburgh Pirates and we love seeing him on the field. He was born in Dominican Republic but raised in Washington Heights, NYC and was drafted in 2005 by the Boston Red Sox. Instead, though, the baseball player decided to play at Vanderbilt University. Not only does he have brains but he’s got the bod, too!


Jose Bautista

Born in the Dominican Republic, Jose Bautista now plays as an outfielder for the Toronto Blue Jays. He attended a junior college in Florida before breaking into the MLB in 2000. We love seeing him and his dark brown eyes out on the field! 


Starlin Castro

This 23-year-old Dominican plays for the Chicago Cubs as a shortstop and we couldn’t be more flustered by him. He hasn’t been in the big leagues that long, but is already a two-time Major League Baseball All-Star player. Now, that is attractive. 


Nelson Cruz

Best remembered for his dominant performance in the 2001 American League Championship Series against the Detroit Tigers, this Dominican has a lot of game! The 32-year-old plays as an outfielder for the Texas Rangers.


Edwin Encamacion

Edwin Encamacion has been in and out of the MLB for more than a decade and now plays as a first baseman and designated hitter for the Toronto Blue Jays


Carlos Gomez

Nicknamed “Go-Go,” este dominicano plays as an outfielder for the Milwaukee Brewers. He became part of the minor leagues at the age of 16 and has been in baseball ever since. 


Ubaldo Jimenez

Tall and lean, starting pitcher for the Cleveland Indians, Ubaldo Jimenez made history when he was part of the Colorado Rockies, pitching the first no-hitter in the team’s history. 


David Ortiz

Nicknamed “Big Papi” Ortiz, David Ortiz has been part of the Boston Red Sox since 2003. He’s also an eight-time All-Star! If that doesn't make your heart flutter, we don't know what will.


Albert Pujols

Born in the Dominican Republic and migrating to the U.S. when he was 16, the incredibly handsome pelotero is finally in playing in the big leagues. He plays for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Red is a color that suits him. 


Ramón Hernández

Ramón Hernández has been in the MLB since 1999 and doesn’t look like he’s aged a bit. The venezolano plays the position of catcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers and looks great doing it. 


Fernando Rodney

Fernando Rodney dons the number 56 as a relief pitcher for the Tampa Bay Rays and is known as “the closer” because he closes games and is able to throw fastballs ranging from 94-98 mph. We dig him, and his need for speed.


Jesus Flores  

Now a catcher for the Tampa Bay Rays, Jesus Flores was first signed by the New York Mets as an amateur free agent in 2002 and made his MLB debut just five years later. Even though he plays with his catcher’s helmet, we know he always looks good under there! 


Adrian Gonzalez

Best known as “A-Gon” or “Gonzo,” this mexicano plays for the Los Angeles Dodger as a first baseman. Even though he’s been happily married for 10 years, we still love to admire him on the field!


Mariano Rivera

Nicknamed “Mo,” the sexy Panamanian has been part of the MLB for 19 seasons. At the age of 43, Rivera recently announced his plans to retire from playing with the New York Yankees. We can definitely say we’ll be sad to see him go. 


Felix Hernandez

This Venezuelan has a name suited for a king – “King Felix.” The baseball pro plays as starting pitcher for the Seattle Mariners and is best known for his quick 92-95 mph fastballs. Hernandez is always a star when he steps on that mound in the beginning of a game. 


Alex Rodriguez

A-rod plays as a third baseman and shortstop for the New York Yankees. This Dominican was born in New York City and has been in the MLB for two decades. He’s handsome and he knows it – a true ladies man who has been spotted with some of Hollywood’s crème de la crème (ahem, Cameron Diaz).


Francisco Cervelli

Francisco Cervelli plays catcher for the New York Yankees. The Venezuelan superstar made his MLB debut in 2008 and has been a catcher ever since. With those sultry green eyes of his, we love to see them sparkle behind his catcher’s mask.


Jaime Garcia

A pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals, this mexicano has been part of the MLB world since 2004. The Baltimore Orioles initially drafted him, but due to a poorly translated test, they chose not to sign right away, leaving him up for grabs by the Cardinals. 


Jhonatan Solano

A catcher for the Washington Nationals, this colombiano hasn’t been part of the MLB long, but we know he has a long career ahead of him. We can’t wait to see him for many more years donning the number 23 and his bright red catchers gear.