Sean Casey is a former 12-year MLB veteran. He spent time with the Indians, Pirates, Tigers, Red Sox, and most notably the Cincinnati Reds whom he spent more than eight seasons with. Sean slashed .302/.367/.447 with 130 HRs, a .353 wOBA during his career, earning three All-Star Game appearances, while batting over .300 six times.
An inductee of the University of Richmond Hall of Fame and Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame, Casey is best known for his energetic, and magnetic personality. In 2007, he was voted the friendliest player in baseball in a poll run by Sports Illustrated. Since Sean retired, he has worked as an analyst at MLB Network and is now in his tenth year there. SOTG was honored to be able to speak with Sean. Someone with a long and decorated career like Sean’s as both an analyst and player gives him multiple perspectives to draw insights pertaining to the advancements in baseball. This makes Sean perfect to talk to our audience and be able to aid in our goal of educating people on the new generation of baseball.
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