Actress Jamie-Lynn Sigler, 31, announced on Monday news of her engagement to Cutter Dysktra, 23, on Twitter.
The self-portrait showed Sigler flouting her diamond engagement ring, smiling while posed next to Dykstra, who is an infielder to the Washington Nationals baseball team. The couple has been dating for about a year.
Dykstra is the son to baseball legend Lenny Dykstra, who played for the New York Mets in the 1980s and the Philadelphia Phillies in the 1990s. The marriage, though details on a date have not been announced yet, will be Dykstra's first but not Sigler's.
Sigler's breakout role was on HBO's "The Sopranos" and she married her former manager A.J. DiScala in 2003. Sigler changed her last name to DiScala but when the former couple split in 2005 she changed her name back to Sigler. Sigler described her split from DiScala as "scary" because she began dating him shortly after high school.
"I met A.J. when I was 19," Sigler told People at the time. "We started dating when I was almost 21. But from the day I met him he was the man in my life. So I basically went from being in high school and having my parents take care of me to A.J. being that caretaker."
After her marriage ended Sigler dated New York City nightclub impresario Scott Sariano for two years. Sariano co-owns the New York City nightclubs Butter and 1OAK.
A source told People that Sigler and Soriano split because they were "living on different coasts and their lives are taking a different direction."
When Sigler appeared on "Entourage" she dated her co-star Jerry Ferrera. They played onscreen love interests on the show and when they split off-camera in 2009 she began dating New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez. After three months of dating Sanchez, they broke up because of their age difference and lifestyles, a source told New York Post.