Curtis Granderson may be sports’ next big reality TV star

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While the rumor mill has Detroit Tigers center fielder Curtis Granderson’s name popping up in connection with the Cubs, the All-Star and Chicago native has reportedly agreed to host a television and online series.

Already an eventful offseason for the UIC alum.

[It’s]… titled Stadium Secrets where he takes sports fans on an exploration of stadiums. The concept is similar to Authentic’s Cities of the Underworld on History channel. Authentic will be providing an exclusive, VIP experience for fans everywhere – a behind-the-scenes journey that will be exciting for all of us. I am eager to begin working on this project and look forward to a successful partnership, Granderson said.

The multi-threat Granderson is no stranger to being in front of the camera. He served as TBS’ in-studio analyst for two straight postseasons, as well as a color commentator for a TNA wrestling event in June.

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