Lance Lynn wife Dymin Lynn is a former volleyball player at Benton Consolidated High School. Lance married Dymin in 2020.
Michael Lance Lynn was born in Indianapolis, Indiana to parents Mike and Jenny Lynn. He played baseball from a very young age and grew up as a Yankees fan.
Lance has been the #33 pitcher for the Chicago White Sox since being traded in exchange for Dane Dunning and Avery Weems in December 2020.
The Indianapolis native previously played for four other MLB teams, namely St. Louis Cardinals, Minnesota Twins, New York Yankees, and Texas Rangers.
After playing school baseball for Brownsburg High and college baseball for Ole Miss Rebels, he was selected by the Cardinals in the first round of the 2008 MLB Draft.
Lance made his major league debut in June 2011, later becoming a part of the team's World Series championship team and a National League All-Star in 2012.
Throughout his MLB career, the 35-year-old right-handed pitcher has had a 123-84 win-loss record with a 3.52 ERA and 1715 strikeouts.
Dymin Hayes Has A Communications Degree
Dymin Hayes Lynn is a journalism graduate from Columbia College Chicago.
Dymin Lynn, maiden name Dymin Hayes, is the daughter of Jamie Hayes of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and Missy Bittle of Marion, Illinois. She has a younger brother Kruz, aged 25.
Being a pop culture enthusiast, she graduated with a broadcast journalism (television) degree from Columbia in 2016, hoping to pursue a career as a host at E! News.
Dymin also did an associate's degree in General Studies at Rend Lake College in 2013 after graduating from Benton Consolidated High in 2007.
In her junior year at school, she was named in the school's honor roll with Honors. She was not only great at studies but also an athlete.
Since moving to Chicago from her small town home, Dymin created a blog called Dymin in the Rough, to share her experiences while living in the Windy City. She uses the blog to document her real life stories and motivation.
According to her, the purpose of the site is to "create a space where we praise, encourage and applaud all the imperfections that make us people." While no topic is off limits, she mainly focuses on relationship, religion, anxiety, and parenting.
Although she made the blog in an attempt at popularity back in college, it has now gone through just as many phases she has.
Lance Lynn And Dymin Lynn Relationship
Lance Lynn married Dymin Hayes on 18 January 2020 after three years of dating.
They wed in a small ceremony at Graystone Quarry in Tennessee with only 150 guests, including closest friends and family members, in attendance.
The couple has Dymin's mother to thank since she set them up after meeting Lance at Walt’s Pizza. At first, Dymin was unwilling to meet him but gave in to her mom's request.
They would then meet for dinner at the Wheel House in St. Louis just before a Red Hot Chili Peppers concert. Dymin was an hour late and they didn't really hit it off at the start.
Lance asked her if she liked baseball, to which she replied, “I only go to games for the beer and nachos.” While they did not start off on the right foot, things got better, and they were vibing unexpectedly by the end of the evening.
Gradually, they started texting and calling. Despite him going back to games and her being busy in school, they made it work. And the rest is history.
Dymin first featured Lance on her Instagram in January 2017 with a picture of them and a friend named Kelsey Jane Page posing for the camera.
Four months later, she posted him again, this time to wish the pitcher on his birthday. "Happy 30th birthday, babe! You make life oh so very interesting," she captioned the post.
After that, Lance became a more regular sight on the account. They were pictured hanging out with friends, going to games, or just chilling and having fun.
In August 2017, the baseballer brought Dymin as his plus one, as they were pictured alongside other Cardinals couples at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre St. Louis.
On 25 August 2018, the couple announced that they were expecting a child together. They took the opportunity to make the big announcement on Family Day at the Yankee Stadium.
Shortly after, in September that year, Lance and Dymin were engaged. Dymin gave followers a glimpse of the engagement ring, writing "Looks like we’re adding yet another Lynn to the family."
In October, Dymin returned to the Stadium again with a picture of the upcoming baby's sonogram and a pink Yankee cap, revealing that it was going to be a girl.
Lance Lynn And Dymin Lynn Have Four Kids
Lance Lynn and Dymin Lynn are proud parents to four children. Lance and Dymin have three daughters and one son.
They welcomed their second daughter Lively Michael Lynn in February 2019, followed by Rumer Elizabeth Lynn in October 2020, and their youngest child and only son Judge Ryder Lynn in October 2022.
Their oldest child, Mia, is 11 years old and their youngest is four months old.
Mia Jane Lynn was born to Lance and his ex-wife Lauren Grill. Lance had married the University of Mississippi's softball player in November 2010 but they later got divorced.
Although Dymin is a stepmom to Mia, she treats her like her own child. She describes Mia as "well beyond her years," and thinks she is witty, smart, talented, creative, and the best big sister ever.
She also believes that Mia has helped her, Lance, and the family grow in many ways. "I am very blessed to be a part of her life," she writes in her blog.
The family of six now lives in Marion, Illinois. The Lynns make the best of their time together, celebrating everything from Christmas to Halloween with great excitement.
In Halloween 2022, they dressed up as Peter Pan characters. Dymin became the titular character, while Lance was Captain Hook.