Casey McGehee is a right-handed infielder who attended Fresno State University prior to being drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the 10th round of the 2003 MLB First Year Player Draft. He is still in the NL Central, but is on the Milwaukee Brewers 40-man roster. McGehee made his Major League debut in 2008 and two years later was named Brewers Most Valuable Player after hitting .285 with 23 home runs and 104 RBI. Not bad for a kid who just turned 28-years-old and may still have the best years ahead of him.
McGehee is still listed on Gaylord Sports Management’s website as of the publishing of this post; however, he is no longer officially a client of the company. Instead, he is now represented by Barry Meister of Meister Sports Management, who has been plugging his new guy at the Baseball Winter Meetings.
Meister’s other baseball clients include Randy Johnson, Roy Oswalt, Brandon Lyon, Sean Marshall, Tim Wakefield, Kyle Farnsworth, Doug Brocail Todd Wellemeyer, Clint Barmes, Craig Counsell, Cory Sullivan, and Edgar Renteria.