Sean Casey
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    Baseball star, Sean Casey, is a retired first baseman who played for the Cincinnati Reds, Boston Red Sox, Pittsburgh Pirates and Detroit Tigers. Sean Casey's nickname, "The Mayor", comes from his reputation for chatting casually with every runner who makes it to first base, and also from his very public charity work. It was frequently expanded to "the Mayor of Riverfront" when the Reds played at Riverfront Stadium. On May 16, 2007, Casey was voted in 2007 as "the friendliest player in baseball" by fellow players in a Sports Illustrated poll. Casey has made the sports news for his charitable work almost as often as his fieldwork. He has been active in Big Brothers and Make-A-Wish Foundation, as well as the "Casey's Crew" program, where he provided free high-priced tickets to disadvantaged youth. Casey credits his Christian upbringing, in Pittsburgh's affluent Upper St. Clair suburb, for his generosity. Casey is a lifelong Catholic and is featured in the film series Champions of Faith which shows how faith shapes Major Leaguers. He is actively involved with the Catholic Athletes for Christ. 



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