Mar 29, 2012, 10:07 AM EDT
He may not be in Philadelphia any longer to give you a hug, but now you can try and feel the love by flipping on your TV. Mike Sweeney joins MLB Network as a baseball analyst.
From a press release via High Cheese:
Five-time American League All-Star Mike Sweeney has joined MLB
Network as a studio analyst. Sweeney will make his debut on MLB Tonight
today, Wednesday, March 28 at 9:00 p.m. ET. Sweeney joins former MLBers
Larry Bowa, Eric Byrnes, Sean Casey, Ron Gant, John Hart, Jim Kaat, Al
Leiter, Mike Lowell, Joe Magrane, Kevin Millar, Jerry Manuel, Dan
Plesac, Harold Reynolds, Billy Ripken, John Smoltz, Dave Valle and Mitch
Williams as analysts at MLB Network.
Here’s Sweeney discussing Ichiro’s legendary routine.
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