From Pittsburgh Tribue-Review:
His life is like a soap opera.
The thousands of baseball fans streaming into PNC Park for Pirates home games likely don't recognize the tall, thin, friendly guy shouting directions through a bullhorn, but he once was one of America's heartthrobs.
Tony Craig grew up in McKeesport and as a boy was inspired by former All-Star shortstop and 1960 MVP Dick Groat to dream of becoming a Pirates shortstop. Instead, he became an English teacher, and then a cab driver and bartender in New York, before landing a starring role on a long-running soap opera.
Years later, after his career on camera waned, he headed home to Pittsburgh and landed a job in guest relations for the baseball team.
"It's been wonderful, great," said Craig, 62, of the North Side. "To have lived this kind of a life — who would believe it?"
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The PGP Classic Soaps Blog interviewed Tony in 2007, going into depth about his time on EON. Read that interview, here.