Cameron Maybin Apr 16, 2022; Baltimore, Maryland, USA; New York Mandatory Credit: Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports

MLB veteran and broadcaster Cameron Maybin has joined Foul Territory as a host, per a Friday announcement from the company.

“I can’t wait to talk about my 15 years in the big leagues, my past experience….baserunning, defense, transactions, drama, whatever you guys want to talk about, we’re gonna hit on,” said Maybin in a video posted to X. “I’m excited to join this platform after 15 years and a World Series. This is what it’s all about. Let’s make baseball fun. Let’s talk shop. But more than anything, let’s talk about how there’s no stat for character and how some of the best guys in the game make their teams tick. I can’t wait to see you guys there Monday through Friday. Tap in with Foul Territory. Let’s go!”

Foul Territory executive producer and co-founder Marc Weiner praised Maybin, saying “Cam’s passion, love of the game and honest opinions are a perfect fit for the Foul Territory vibe. It’s easy to see why he was so respected by his teammates throughout his 15-year big league career. We know our fans will fall in love with Cam right away.”

Maybin, a first-round pick by the Detroit Tigers in the 2005 MLB Draft, spent 15 seasons in the majors, playing for ten different teams. He won the World Series as a member of the Houston Astros in 2017 and retired after a nine-game stint with the New York Mets in 2021.

Since retiring, Maybin has transitioned into the broadcasting world, working for MLB Network, the Chicago Cubs, the New York Yankees, and the Detroit Tigers over the last three years.

In 2024, Foul Territory has added several familiar faces to its lineup of talent including Trevor May, Jonathan Papelbon, and Alanna Rizzo.

[Foul Territory on X]

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