Sean Casey, nicknamed “The Mayor,” is the former Major League Baseball first baseman who played for the Cleveland Indians, Cincinnati Reds, Pittsburgh Pirates, Detroit Tigers, and Boston Red Sox. He is currently a broadcaster and commentator for the MLB Network. During his tenure in Cincinnati, and later in Pittsburgh and Detroit, Casey was regarded as approachable and friendly, and thus received his nickname, “The Mayor,” which came from his reputation for chatting casually with every runner who made it to first base, and also from his very public charity work. On May 16, 2007, Casey was voted in 2007 as “the friendliest player in baseball” by fellow players in a Sports Illustrated poll.
Cincinnati Reds Hall of Famer
3x MLB All-Star
Career .300 batting average
Hit .529 in the 2006 World Series with the Tigers
1999 Hutch Award Winner
First Hit/Home Run at PNC Park
Booking Sean Casey...
Sean Casey continues to be a sought-after motivational speaker and keeps a busy schedule traveling the country speaking to various companies and organizations. His ability to motivate and inspire is legendary and Sean shares the lessons he’s learned throughout his career to challenge, motivate, and inspire others.
Beside speaking engagements, Sean is also available for:
Baseball Camps/Coaching Clinics
Hall of Fame Banquets
"Sean Casey was a GREAT baseball player but is a better person. His baseball knowledge combined with his dynamic and engaging personality made the Cincinnati La Salle Sports Stag with Sean Casey one of the best ever. We want to have him back, again!" - Barrett Cohen, Director of Alumni Relations at Cincinnati La Salle