With the 2013 Major League Baseball Season set to begin on March 31, that means is just around the corner! We might as well get familiarized with some of the important names out there in the Baseball field! How about Holly fisher! she is married to L.A Dodgers pitcher Josh Beckett!
After a long list of dating records, Joshua Patrick Beckett seemed to have had a change of heart and returned to what is familiar to him! The pro pitcher and his wife Holly Fisher history date back to their high school years, she is a member of the Spring, Texas High School Class of 99 just like him. So, they have known each other for a while, the couple got engaged in April 2010; he proposed to her on Valentine’s day and consequently got married on January 22, 2011. They became parents for the first time when Holly gave birth to their first child, a baby girl, in September 2011.
But how does the sports and science combo sounds to you?! Well it must be a good match because in case you are wondering what Holly does, she is an aeronautics engineer! Yup beside looks she has some serious brains! She graduated from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
She got her Masters of Science degree in Astronautical Engineering from University of Southern California and on top of that she has a pilot license as well!!!
What else do we have on her? Oh yes she is total sweetheart, back in August this year she served dinner at Cor Unum Meal Center in Lawrence, Mass. To promote voluntarism on behalf of Labels are for Jars; she might not be as tall as hubby but she has a generous heart for sure.
Ex-Red Sox Beckett stated he was looking for a fresh new start after he was traded to the L.A Dodgers in August this year and even thought many had a lot of questions about he leaving the Sox where he had spent the last seven years he just simply said it was what the owners had to do:
“Ultimately, it came down to the on-field performance, and we didn’t do our jobs.”
But now his focus seems to be on fixing what went wrong in his pitching and left everyone in Boston with a sour taste.
Priorities also have changed, having a family makes anyone re evaluating anyones existence I guess,
“Baseball isn’t my No. 1 priority anymore,” he said. “Everybody goes through that change. Some people might go through that change before that even happens, but I definitely find myself thinking about [Holly and the baby] whereas a lot of times I used to be thinking about how I was going to get this guy out, or what I needed to do that day. They’re my central focus.”
Well god for him and his family, and good luck on this new chapter for the pitcher!