This coming Monday night, February 6th, the nicest guy to ever play in the Major Leagues will be part of a special event in New York City.
Sean Casey, former Red Sox first baseman and current MLB Network analyst, will be the guest bartender at Foley's Pub and Restaurant, the fine watering hole located on 33rd Street in Manhattan, just a stone's throw from Madison Square Garden. (Foley's is also known as "The Bar That Banned 'Danny Boy'" and will not be serving Sam Adams during the Super Bowl.)
Sean, affectionately known as "The Mayor," will be in to raise money for Casey's Clubhouse, which helps kids with special needs play baseball in his native Pittsburgh.
He's also a member of the Irish American Baseball Hall of Fame, which is located at Foley's. Monday's event will also mark the 8th anniversary of the great public house as well.
I will also be on hand for all the festivities. It should be a great night. Sean will be guest bartending from 6-9 PM on Monday, February 6th. And Foley's is located at 18 West 33rd Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues. See you then.