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MLB Network Host Greg Amsinger at B’nai Abraham Annual Sports Breakfast

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  MLB Network Host Greg Amsinger at B’nai Abraham Annual Sports Breakfast

On Sunday, January 27, 10:00 AM at Temple B’nai Abraham, Livingston,  Greg  Amsinger, studio host for MLB Network, will be the guest speaker at the 6th Annual Sports Breakfast sponsored by the TBA Men’s Club.  Greg Amsinger regularly appears on MLB Tonight, Hot Stove, Quick Pitch as well as special event coverage and feature programming such as All-Time Games. In 2008, Amsinger hosted the Tour de France and the World Series of Video Games.


A hot breakfast prepared by Men’s Club members will be served at 10:00 AM followed by the speaker at 11:00 AM. The cost to attend is adults $18 and children under 18, are free. Bring the entire family, (children must be accompanied by an adult). All are invited to attend. Leading this event are Men’s Club Co-Presidents Craig Kantor and Lawrence Moskowitz.


Prior to joining MLB Network, Greg Amsinger worked at CBS, where he served as the primary host for their College Sports coverage, including Inside College Football and NCAA Basketball coverage. Amsinger joined CSTV in 2003 as its first on-air host and has also maintained an interactive blog on the CSTV/CBS College Sports Web site.


Previously, Amsinger was sports director at WTHI-TV in Terre Haute, Ind. Before graduating from Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Mo., Amsinger served as network radio producer for the St. Louis Cardinals and the team's flagship radio station, KMOX-AM.


For information or for reservations, call 973-994-2290 or visit the TBA website at www.tbanj.org/membership/mens-club#sports.

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