Mike Sweeney

Mike Sweeney

Michael John "Mike" Sweeney (born July 22, 1973 in Orange, California) is a former Major League Baseball first baseman. Sweeney played his first 13 seasons in the majors with the Kansas City Royals, originally as a catcher and then moving to first base. Sweeney also played for the Oakland Athletics, Seattle Mariners, and Philadelphia Phillies. On March 25, 2011, Sweeney retired from baseball. He now works as a studio analyst on the MLB Network.

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... Mike Sweeney (Hugh Dillon) - Mike Sweeney is a veteran homicide detective with trouble coming to terms with his past ... Sweeney moves his family to a renovated home in the suburb where he grew up, but realizes he cannot escape old demons ... Audrey Sweeney (Hélène Joy) - Audrey Sweeney is the emotionally starved wife of Mike Sweeney and is recovering from breast cancer ...
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... Sweeney is a devout Catholic and has appeared on EWTN's Life on the Rock, a program targeted towards young Christians ... Sweeney appeared with James Caviezel, Patricia Heaton, Jeff Suppan, and Kurt Warner ... Sweeney is also the advisory chairman of the Catholic Athletes for Christ and spokesman for Life Teen, the largest Catholic youth ministry program in the United States ...
Mike Sweeney (disambiguation)
... Mike Sweeney (born 1973) is an American baseball player ... Mike Sweeney may also refer to Mike Sweeney (DJ) (born 1947), British musician and radio DJ Mike Sweeney (musician), American musician Mike Sweeney (soccer) (born 1959 ...

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