June 23, 2011
Former Tiger catcher Seth Miller is working at the 2011 College World Series as an Associate Producer for ESPN. Miller developed an interest in sports journalism while he was playing for the Tigers in the 2002 College World Series. That interest sparked what is now an eight-year career with ESPN.
As the road to Omaha, Neb. and the College Baseball World Series has unfolded the past few weeks, ESPN viewers have been privy to expert coverage.
Five of the analysts working the Regionals, Super Regionals and College World Series played in Omaha, including USC’s Morgan Ensberg (1998 champion), Oklahoma State’s Robin Ventura, Stanford’s Kyle Peterson, Georgia Tech’s Nomar Garciaparra and Arizona State’s Paul Lo Duca.
But ESPN has former CWS competitors working behind the scenes, too, like Associate Producer Seth Miller.
Click on the link below to read the complete article on ESPN.com:ESPN.com: More CWS Face Time for Miller
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