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This week's podcast is all about this year's World Series and our guest is former MLB All-Star, "The Mayor" Sean Casey. Casey played in the 2006 World Series with the Detroit Tigers and spent several years in Cincinnati, becoming one of the most popular players in Reds franchise history. Currently, Casey is an MLB Network analyst and will appear on MLB Tonight throughout the World Series on their pre and postgame shows including on-site in Detroit for the middle three games of the series. Sean chats with AA about...
-His reputation as one of the most talkative and nicest guys in baseball and his transition into television.
-The best and worst players to talk to at first base.
-His experience playing in the World Series for Jim Leyland.
-The Giants as this year's team of destiny and winning 6 straight elimination games.
-The Tigers flying under the radar after sweeping the Yankees.
-The importance of this year's World Series to Justin Verlander's career.
-Which players will have the biggest impact on the series, including which player Casey calls the stinkbug.
-Who's going to win MVP and take home the title.
This is the perfect podcast to get you ready for the World Series as Sean Casey is one of the most entertaining baseball analysts that cover the sport at the moment. Plenty of insights into the pitching and hitting matchups and a few laughs along the way as well.
In case you've missed any of our podcasts, check out all of our interviews by subscribing to the AA Podcast on iTunes or our AA Podcast RSS Page. For more from Sean, follow him on Twitter @TheMayorsOffice.
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IS IT TRUE?
Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander was asked about the rumor that he is dating supermodel Kate Upton. See what his response was.
DETROIT -- Not long ago, Quintin Berry almost gave up on baseball and searched for a "real job."
Instead, he stuck with his dream and is now headed to the World Series with the Detroit Tigers.
"I'm just trying to take this in," Berry said. "It is all a little hard for me to believe."
This past offseason, Berry was released by his fourth team in...
It wasnt all that long ago that Detroit Tigers fans wanted to burn Jim Leyland in effigy.
Now, after five magical weeks, they want to toast the Tigers manager instead.
Getting his team to the World Series, which opens Wednesday night in San Francisco, has done wonders for Leyland's image.
When the Tigers were three games behind the White Sox with 16 to play, he was labeled...
At least he didn’t eat it. The Detroit Tigers bat boy was caught on camera behind manager Jim Leyland picking his nose and than rolling whatever came out of it in his fingers.
Not a good way to kickoff Game 1 of the 2012 World Series. I heard that bat boy was picking the Tigers in 5 because they will pick apart the Giants pitching because they have great pickoffs…alright...
Jim Leyland and the Detroit Tigers found out the hard way that rest means rust in the World Series.
Six years ago, their last Series appearance, they lounged around for nearly a week before getting wiped out by St. Louis.
This time, while once again waiting for the National League opponent to be decided, they stayed busy by working on bunts, playing against their instructional...
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Justin Verlander pawed at the mound with his feet during warmups, looked flabbergasted when his pitching coach came out for a visit and appeared out of sorts from the start.
Once again, nothing went right the for the Detroit Tigers ace in the World Series.
Verlander allowed two of Pablo Sandoval's record-tying three home runs, an RBI single to fellow pitcher...
While the National League will be represented by the San Francisco Giants who last appeared in the World Series in 2010, winning it all against the Texas Rangers. With that said lets take a look at the 2012 World Series between the Detroit Tigers and San Francisco Giants:
Look Into The Face Of Giant Fear
We're going to make this quick and dirty, because baseball stopped being very interesting to me weeks ago, and even a historic comeback by the Giants has not re-stoked my fire. Also, I'm just seeing this on really, really simplistic levels.
Here's what I wrote about why the Tigers were going to beat the A's in five, which was exactly...
The 2012 World Series gets underway tonight in San Francisco with Justin Verlander and Barry Zito taking the mound for the Detroit Tigers and San Francisco Giants.
The Tigers have taken the American League by storm after being out of the playoff picture with two weeks remaining in the season. The Giants have played much of the Postseason with their backs to the wall, rallying from...
SAN FRANCISCO -- Seven years later, it was the same result for Justin Verlander. The Detroit Tigers right-hander lasted just four innings and took the loss Wednesday night as the San Francisco Giants rolled to an 8-3 victory behind Pablo Sandoval's three home runs in Game 1 of the World Series at AT&T Park. Two of Sandoval's three home runs came off Verlander as he...
The fall classic begins tonight. The Detroit Tigers travel to California to face the San Francisco Giants needing four more wins to achieve the ultimate baseball goal. This should be a very competitive series, with most pundits weighing in for one team or the other in six or seven games. Game one features a pitching match up classic between Justin Verlander and Barry Zito. Here...
To Win Series
Game 1 - Detroit Tigers at San Francisco Giants
Tigers with Justin Verlander starting - 170
Giants with Barry Zito starting +150
The total is sitting at 7.
TV: 8:07 p.m. ET, FOX
WEATHER: There is a 54 percent chance of rain Wednesday with temperatures in the high 50s.
PITCHING MATCHUP: Justin Verlander (3-0, 0.74 ERA) vs. [...]