LA Dodgers Star Corey Seager Is Married! Meet His Wife, Madisyn Van Ham

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Madisyn Van Ham made headlines after she posted a picture of herself sporting a Corey Seager swimsuit to Instagram, writing, "All the [insert heart eyes emoji] for my soon to be hubby," and nearly a year after getting engaged, the pair are finally married!

Van Ham and Seager got married in a gorgeous (and COVID-safe) wedding ceremony at Saddle Woods Farm in Murfreesboro, Tennessee on Dec. 5.

The pair have been dating since they were in high school, and couldn't be happier to finally be husband and wife.

Who is Corey Seager's wife, Madisyn Van Ham?

Read on to find out everything you need to know about Madisyn Van Ham and her adorable relationship with Corey Seager.

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How old is Madisyn Van Ham?

Madisyn Van Ham was born March 10, 1996, which makes her a Pisces.

Right before the world was canceled, she turned 24.

She was born in North Carolina and attended Northwest Cabarrus High School.

Where did Madisyn Van Ham go to school?

Most people know Madisyn Van Ham for dating Corey Seager, the baseball star.

But what they don't know is that she earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from the East Carolina University.

She was a member of the Deans List, Beta Gamma Sigma, Honor Society, and Tri Sigma.

She also served as the President of the Sigma Sigma Sigma National Sorority.

What does Madisyn Van Ham do for a living?

In 2017, she started her career as a social media intern for Melissa’s Produce.

It only took her a little over a year to advance into a full-time position as a social media marketing specialist for the same company.

She also works as an academic tutor for the Pirate Academic Success Center.

She used to be a track star.

Seager isn’t the only athletic star in their relationship. When she went to Northwest Cabarrus High School, she starred on the track and field team. Her personal record is 100 meters in 18.94 seconds.

Madisyn Van Ham actually met Seager when the two were in high school.

When Seager won the World Series, Van Ham posted a long-winded message on Instagram, part of which read: 

"Wow! Where to even begin. These past few days have been an absolute whirlwind. Feeling all the feels and all the emotions. I’m still struggling to find the words to express just how proud of you I am! To think 2 years ago you were sitting on the side lines watching your team compete in a World Series, nursing not one but two surgeries, tommy john and hip.

To see you on the field not just this postseason but this entire insane, short, unpredictable season showing emotion, having fun and reaching your goals has been epic. I could list all the postseason records you broke and all your accomplishments here. But I’ll leave it at you’re a WORLD. FREAKING. CHAMP. You are so inspiring, babe and I’m just so grateful to be your biggest cheerleader through it all!! "

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She's super-active on social media. 

Currently, she has 55.5k Instagram followers.

Her Instagram page is jam-packed with posts endorsing Melissa’s produce and celebrating her adorable puppy, Hazel.

Her dog, Hazel Gray Seager, even has her own Instagram account.

When Van Ham isn’t posting as herself, she’s posting as her dog.

Hazel is a Toy Australian Shepherd and lives in LA, North Carolina, and Arizona, whever her “pawents” take her.

Seager and Van Ham got married in a "COVID-safe" ceremony on Dec. 5.

According to their wedding planner, Sara Fried, the pair's wedding was as safe as it could be, even though it was held during a worldwide pandemic.

"Mady and Corey dated since high school and were so grateful to their friends and family attending the wedding (and celebrating Corey's double MVP of the World Series title!) that we had several conversations about taking the maximum precautions possible to keep everybody safe and healthy," Fried said.

"Our number one concern was the health and safety for the vendors and the guests."

Guests were reportedly screened for COVID on-site by nurses, and also had to sign waivers that they had not been in contact with anyone with COVID for the last 14 days, they didn't have symptoms, and that they were attending the event at their own risks.

Guests also had to provide information for contact tracing if someone happens to test positive after the wedding.

Congrats to the happy couple!

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Izzy Casey is a writer and editor based in NYC who covers news & entertainment for YourTango. Her work has been published in or is forthcoming from Gulf Coast: A Journal of Literature and Fine Arts, Black Warrior Review, Bennington Review, BOAAT, Prelude, NY Tyrant, The Iowa Review, and elsewhere. She received her MFA in Poetry from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, where she was the recipient of a fellowship with the Poetry Foundation.