Markazi: Before you got married last year the old joke was you had dated quite a pitching staff after going out with Brad Penny, Carl Pavano and Barry Zito.
In 2007, Milano became a "playoff correspondent" for
In 2009, she wrote a book entitled Safe at Home: Confessions of a Baseball Fanatic.
“I like that they haven’t won in so long that you have to root for them,” she said.
sports team type of team.” While the Dodgers are treading water this summer, Milano has kept an eye on the league-leading Cubs, who last won a World Series in 1908.
Alyssa Milano is currently married to David Bugliari.
She has been in 16 celebrity relationships averaging approximately 2.0 years each. Given Name: Alyssa Jayne Milano Nickname: Ally, Lyss, Lyssa, Lyssie Age: 45 (12/19/1972)Occupation: Entertainment - Actress Most Famous For: Who's The Boss? Dodgers famous fans Milano was romantically linked to former Yankees pitcher Carl Pavano in 2003 and Oakland A’s ace Barry Zito in 2004. Now she tells us that Dodgers hurler Clayton Kershaw is “a star,” but the rest of the squad? “You can’t be upset if the Cubs win the World Series, no matter who your team is.” Alyssa Milano blasts airport for confiscating breast milk Luckily for Milano, her own fans aren’t so fickle — particularly the gay ones that started rooting her on when her witch-com “Charmed” was a big hit from 1998 to 2006. “I’m also the host of ‘Project Runway All-Stars,’ which also has a huge gay following and I love to follow the gays so we’re even!is about how I’m ‘the chick that dates athletes,’ and there’s an insane double standard going on.” Milano, a lifelong Dodgers fan who recently scored a post-season reporting gig, laments the fact that New York Yankees star Derek Jeter gets away with dating starlet after starlet on her blog on But given a recent conversation she had, it shouldn’t be too hard for her to score the man – baseball player or not – of her dreams: “My friend tells me, ‘Every time I mention you in front of guys, they all go nuts.’ So he asked one of them, ‘What is it about her? ’ And the guy said, ‘She’s the girl we never got over.’ ” Who’s turning 40? Milano: No, I think they were all very, very different.