JENNIFER Lopez is making the most of life in isolation amid the coronavirus pandemic as she joined fiancé Alex Rodriguez for a game of baseball at their Miami mansion.
The 50-year-old singer was dressed for the sweat-inducing activity as she donned a neon yellow python print sports bra and matching leggings after the Major League Baseball’s delayed its season over COVID-19.
Showcasing her athleticism, the Hustlers actress pitched, batted and caught a plethora of baseballs as ARod put her through her paces.
The Play hitmaker’s skills were even complimented by her other half, 44, when he praised her throw before the ball hilariously landed into the bushes next to him.
Even Jennifer’s 12-year-old daughter Emmy got in on the action and was seen throughout the video picking up the sport with ease while completing baseball drills in their back garden.
Meanwhile, Alex, who retired from the Yankees nearly four years ago, displayed his impressive skills at one point as he struck several balls out of their sprawling grounds.
Captioning the video of them playing ball, the athlete star penned: “No Opening Day. No Sunday Night Baseball.
“No sell-out crowds. No seventh-inning stretch rendition of ‘Take Me Out to the Ballgame’. No problem! Since we can’t go out to the ballgame right now, we had it here.”
The baseball star added that their time in isolation has taught him to “slow down” and enjoy these moments.
“Yesterday was our Saturday Game of the Week,” he continued. “We hit, we threw, we played catch, we caught ground balls and pop flies.
“We laughed. We exercised. It’s a reminder of how much fun you can have with people you love … with just a bat, glove and few balls.
“This time off has reminded me how important it is to slow down and spend time with family. In my case, that means playing board games, embarrassing yourself at TikTok, trying to cook, and dressing up.”
Discussing social connection, Alex, who shares Natasha, 15, and Ella, 11, with ex Cynthia Scurtis, said: “Yesterday was also a valuable lesson on the importance of social connection.
“We all need to take care of ourselves, mentally and physically, and also be respectful of the health and well-being of others. At a time when people need to stay apart, we can still find other ways to feel togetherness.
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“Find ways to exercise. Find ways to reduce stress. Find ways to stay in touch with those you can’t be with in person right now. Stay connected, and most importantly, stay safe!”
America recently surpassed China and Italy to become the world’s epicenter for coronavirus cases.
Currently, the US has with more than 140,000 confirmed cases and nearly 2500 deaths.
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