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giancarlo stanton wet This page has some big boys of various sports.  They are all at least six and a half feet tall (1.98m).  Like Giancarlo Stanton at left taking a shower on the cover of ESPN Magazine. Did you know Disney own's that?

Giancarlo Stanton
Giancarlo Cruz Michael Stanton (born 1989) is a 6'6" (1.98m) 250 lb. American professional baseball right fielder for the Miami Marlins of Major League Baseball (MLB). Prior to 2012, he was known as Mike Stanton. Stanton graduated from Notre Dame High School, before he was selected by the Marlins in the 2007 MLB draft. Stanton made his MLB debut with the Marlins in June 2010. He is a three-time MLB All-Star and was the Hank Aaron Award winner for the National League in 2014 after leading the league in home runs. In November 2014, the Marlins signed Stanton to the richest contract in sports history, worth $325 million over 13 years.

Stanton attended Verdugo Hills High School in Tujunga, California before he transferred to Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks, California, where he was a three-sport athlete. He had accepted a scholarship to play baseball for Tulane, and received offers from UCLA, UNLV and USC to play football. However, he opted to go pro after being drafted in the second round (76th overall) in the 2007 amateur draft by the Florida Marlins.

Stanton is mostly of Irish and African-American descent. His maternal great-grandmother was Puerto Rican.[4] He has represented the United States internationally including the World Baseball Classic of 2013. The same year Team Puerto Rico investigated whether Giancarlo Stanton could play for them in the event as it was rumored Giancarlo had some distant Puerto Rican blood via his great-grandmother's side. However, it was found out he wasn't eligible as his Puerto Rican ancestry wasn't considered significant enough to represent the team according to the World Baseball Classic rules.

Chris Guccione
Christopher Luke "Chris" Guccione (born 1985) is a 6'6" (1.98m) Australian professional tennis player from Greenvale, Victoria. He has won four ATP Tour doubles titles, and reached career-high rankings of singles world No. 67 in April 2008 and doubles world No. 38 in November 2014.

Guccione is coached by countryman and former ATP professional Anthony Lane. Guccione is noted for his good service; he hit 50 aces in a three-set qualifying match at Wimbledon in 2005. The good service has led fellow Australian player Mark Philippoussis to call him a "Wayne Arthurs clone". He is a serve-and-volley player. Despite these strong assets in the game he has still yet to win any ATP titles and very rarely makes it past the first round of major tournaments. During his career, he has won 5 ATP Challenger Series: hardcourt victories in Burnie and Canberra in 2005, clay court victories in 2006 at Quito and Medellín, and a victory on hardcourt at Aptos in 2009. 

He has had greater success as a doubles player, often partnering with fellow Australians Carsten Ball and Sam Groth. Guccione has represented his country in several Davis Cup ties, compiling a winning record. In a 2011 tie against Switzerland, for example, he teamed with Lleyton Hewitt to beat the Olympic gold medal-winning team of Roger Federer and Stan Wawrinka.
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Shaun Hampson
Male model perfect Shaun Hampson (born 1988) is a 6'7" Australian rules footballer who plays for the Richmond Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL).

Hampson excelled at sport at school, including athletics, swimming and soccer. He did not begin playing Australian football until 2004. He then joined Mount Gravatt Football Club in 2005, and by the end of the year he was the club's number one ruckman. Hampson was drafted in the priority round of the 2006 AFL Draft by the Carlton Football Club (17th pick overall). He made his debut with Carlton in Round 21, 2007 against North Melbourne. Hampson struggled with short-sightedness early in his career, and had laser eye surgery prior to the 2012 season to correct it. Hampson played 63 senior games for Carlton from 2007 until the end of the 2013 season. He was traded to Richmond in October 2013, in exchange for pick 28 in the AFL Draft. Hampson made his senior debut for Richmond in round one of the 2014 season, again the Gold Coast Suns.

In January 2011, Hampson began a relationship with Australian supermodel Megan Gale. Boy pro athletes sure love supermodels!  Together, Gale and Hampson have a son born in May 2014.

Miami Marlins star Giancarlo Stanton gets his whole body painted for a Sports Illustrated cover.  SI swimsuit model Erin Heatherton provides moral support and large breasts.  She gets painted too.  He looks just like he is wearing a baseball player uniform but it is all paint and takes a LONG time to put on.


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