Kevin Youkilis Engaged to Tom Brady’s Sister
Gisele that much more likely to attend a seder
Boston Red Sox first baseman Kevin Youkilis, who was voted the best Jewish baseball player of the past decade, is engaged to Tom Brady’s sister, Julie, the Boston Herald reports. Deadspin expressed cautious elation, warning readers that the Herald very recently reported, incorrectly, that Youkilis was dating Brady’s other sister, Nancy.
If it is true, mazel tov to the happy couple! We can only hope brother-in-law Tom (who happens to endorse Uggs—the preferred footwear of Jewish co-eds nationwide) and Gisele get the invite for this year’s Passover seder.
Boston Herald: Kevin Youkilis Is Getting Married To Tom Brady’s Sister [Deadspin]
Tom Brady getting new bro-in-law: Red Sox’ Kevin Youkilis! [Boston Herald]
Earlier: Red Sox’s Youkilis Wins Best Jewish Player of ’00s
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