Reid Brignac saved my life at spring coaching


Former Playboy Playmate Lauren Anderson recalled a scary incident when her husband, ex-MLB participant Reid Brignac, needed to revive her whereas she visited him at spring coaching.

“He saved my life, no joke,” she mentioned throughout an look on “Carton & Roberts” on Friday.

Anderson and Brignac had been relationship on the time and he or she was visiting the infielder at spring coaching with the Rays — the crew that chosen him within the second spherical (forty fifth total) of the 2004 MLB Draft.

“I’m in his shower and I just lost consciousness. I wasn’t on drugs or nothing like that, I just had a lot of stress,” she mentioned.

“He had to come in and revive me, and him and his roommate Fernando Perez, who was his teammate on the Rays at spring training, they had to bring me back to life. He found no pulse. I was gone, no pulse, nothing. My arms were numb for a few days after.”

Anderson mentioned she thinks “it was only a couple minutes” earlier than Brignac discovered her within the bathe. She mentioned docs later informed her that her blood strain “dropped dangerously low,” and confirmed she was not pregnant on the time.

“Imagine him, he was this 23-year-old trying to make a name for himself in the big leagues… Then this Playboy Playmate comes in and dies in the shower,” she joked about her then-boyfriend.

Baseball player Reid Brignac and playmate Lauren Anderson Reid Brignac saved then-girlfriend Lauren Anderson’s life throughout a go to to spring coaching.Getty Images Reid Brignac #40 of the New York Yankees Reid Brignac performed for the Yankees in 2013. Paul J. Bereswill

The state of affairs didn’t simmer the couple’s chemistry, as they ultimately tied the knot in 2010. Anderson and Brignac have two sons, Reid Jr. and Jace.

Brignac introduced his retirement from skilled baseball in July 2018, following stints with the Rays, Rockies, Yankees, Phillies, Marlins and Braves.

On Jan. 6, he was named supervisor of the Binghamton Rumble Ponies, the Double-A affiliate of the New York Mets.

He was beforehand supervisor of the St. Lucie Mets, the Low-A affiliate of the Mets, after he served as supervisor of the Columbia Fireflies, the Mets’ Single-A affiliate.

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