Q and A With Danny Worth

Danny Worth has only been in the Majors for two seasons, but has shown a lot of promise. He’s a player to watch in the years to come. Worth–current third baseman for the Detroit Tigers–took the time recently to answer some of my questions:

1.) At what age did you first become interested in baseball?

I started playing at the age of 5. I became interested in becoming pro when I was 12. Baseball was always my first love growing up.

2.) Did you play any other sports growing up?

I played all major sports growing up until I was 14. Played baseball year round from the age of 9-on.

3.) Describe what your Major League debut was like.

My ML debut was everything I expected it to be and more. It was an unreal feeling when my major goal in life was accomplished. I loved it.

4.) What pitch do you find hardest to hit?

The pitch I find hardest to hit would be a couple: backdoor curve from LHP, and a backdoor sinker from a RHP.

5.) How different were the play offs from regular season ball?

The playoff atmosphere was a lot of fun to be apart of. The players keep it the same more or less, but the fans bring a lot more intensity.

6.) Favorite food?

A nice filet mignon, medium rare.

7.) Favorite sport besides baseball?

Football.

8.) Favorite T.V. show?

All time- Seinfeld. Right now- Survivor.

9.) Favorite shoe brand?

Nike.
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Big thanks to Danny Worth for taking the time to answer my questions. Be sure to check out my past Q and A entries: Brent Lillibridge, Daniel Hudson, Mike O’Hara and Ryan Wagner, Jeremy Guthrie, Bryan Harper, Casper Wells, Bud Norris, David Huff, Brandon McCarthy, Shawn Kelley, Casey Kelly, and Jeremy Guthrie (Shoe Collection).

5 Comments

Interview looks great. Always enjoy reading your blogs. Keep up the great work

James

coolness. ur blogs are great to read!!!

JAMES & ANGELINA-
Thanks. I appreciate the kind words about the blog.

Nice interview with a rising star in Danny Worth.

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