MLB Network: Intentional Talk
Summary: Download the best of MLB Network's live, hour-long open forum where everyone and everything are the subject of discussion and opinion. Longtime MLB broadcaster Chris Rose (@ChrisRose) and 2004 World Series champion Kevin Millar (@KMillar15) focus on all the hot topics of the day from entertainment, pop culture -- and of course, baseball. Have something to say? Head to MLBNetwork.com, stop by Facebook.com/MLBNetwork or Twitter @MLBNetwork and watch the sparks fly.
Greg Amsinger and Kevin Millar are live from Busch Stadium. Adam Wainwright drops by to discuss the squirrel and his final out in the 2006 World Series. Plus, a look at Jason Motte and Scott Feldman's beards and Kevin's LCS Highlights.
Kevin Millar and Chris Rose preview the World Series and cover the Rangers and Cardinals from every angle possible. Sean Casey drops by and discusses his World Series memories, and the guys look at how the Brewers and Tigers will fare going forward.
Kevin Millar and Chris Rose break down Thursday's LCS slate, welcoming Brewers hero Jerry Hairston Jr., who discusses his big slide as well as his dad's tenure under Tony LaRussa. The guys also look at the worst slides of the year and the week's best baseball coverage.
Kevin Millar and Chris Rose, live from Comerica Park, discuss Nelson Cruz's huge night and welcome Orlando Hudson, who wishes Kevin a late happy birthday. The guys also look at whether David Ortiz is a good fit for the Yankees and check in on the state of Red Sox Nation.
Kevin Millar and Chris Rose, who is live from Comerica Park, discuss Detroit's Game 3 win and the Theo Epstein Cubs news. Part-time analyst A.J. Pierzynski drops by to discuss new South Side skipper Robin Ventura. Plus, a visit from Brandon Inge.
Matt Vasgersian and Kevin Millar break down Texas' two-game lead and preview Game 3 in Detroit. The guys also discuss the knotted-up NLCS -- is Tony LaRussa's new-school approach working? Plus, Robin Ventura takes over as White Sox manager.
Matt Vasgersian and Kevin Millar break down the weekend's LCS action and look back on the Phils' rough end to the season. Rangers ace C.J. Wilson drops by to discuss Texas' World Series plans. The guys tee up the day's doubleheader and review Terry Francona in the booth.
Matt Vasgersian and Kevin Millar break down the Tigers' ALDS victory and look ahead to Friday's elimination games. The guys also welcome Brewers hitting coach Dale Sveum, who discusses the playoff atmosphere, and his fantasy football team.
Matt Vasgersian and Kevin Millar look ahead to a big night of baseball in the Bronx, with a visit from John Smoltz from the Bronx. Plus, the D-backs and Cardinals force Game 5s - which club is under the most pressure? And a look at Robin Ventura as White Sox manager.
The postseason is underway, and Chris Rose and Kevin Millar look at A.J. Burnett's clutch start and ahead to the Phils and Brewers' potential closeout games. Plus: Top glove tosses, the Rangers' World Series chances and a visit from Mark DeRosa.
The postseason is underway, and Chris Rose and Kevin Millar debate the weekend action and set up Monday's CC Sabathia-Justin Verlander duel. Ben Zobrist drops by to discuss his love for Wiffle ball and Tampa Bay's late-season success. Plus, a look at who might manage in Boston next.
The postseason has arrived. Chris Rose and Kevin Millar debate Matt Moore getting the Game 1 start and preview Justin Verlander vs. CC Sabathia. Plus, Phillies closer Ryan Madson drops by to shed light on the upcoming postseason, as well as his changeup.
Chris Rose and Kevin Millar review one of the greatest nights in sports history and discuss the Red Sox and Braves' collapse. Plus, a look at whether Joe Maddon the best manager in baseball and Kevin's Sneaky Hot players for the postseason.
Chris Rose and Kevin Millar chat with John Axford about his entrance music and mustache, with a look at some weekend sweeps, with Kevin's Highlights, Sound Check and Beat the Streak picks.
Chris Rose and Kevin Millar take a look at the Rays and Red Sox's Wild Card battle and Ozzie Guillen's new digs. The guys give their NL MVP picks and look back on Vladimir Guerrero's swing into the record books.