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.
Chris Rose and Kevin Millar welcome Michael Cuddyer, who discusses Jim Thome's 600th home run and his own short-lived pitching career. Plus, Starlin Castro reaches 200 hits and the best clinching celebration this season.
Chris Rose and Kevin Millar welcome Alex Avila, who talks about his college career and Jose Valverde's celebrations. Plus, players around the league drop by and give Millar some what-for as a 40th birthday gift.
Chris Rose and Kevin Millar welcome Shane Victorino, who discusses Hunter Pence and Mitch Williams' fashion sense as well as the Phils winning the NL East. The guys also look at the Yanks' AL East clinch and Logan Morrison's questionable new haircut.
Chris Rose and Kevin Millar welcome Mark Trumbo, who discusses his rookie campaign and Mike Trout's Lady Gaga outfit. The guys also look at how Eric Hinske is keeping the Braves loose and Ric Flair's Red Sox visit.
Chris Rose and Kevin Millar welcome John Axford, who discusses his spray-on facial hair and the Brewers' playoff push. The guys also look at the Braves' recent slide and Eric Hosmer's second-half success.
Chris Rose and Kevin Millar discuss Boston's recent swoon and whether this affects the club's postseason chances. Plus, a look at the red-hot Giants, and Mariano Rivera nailing down the all-time saves record.
Chris Rose and Kevin Millar look at how the Rays' fun vibe has helped them succeed, and reveal the best prank of the season. Larry Bowa stops by the set to take a look at the greatest blowups of his managerial career. Plus, Evan Longoria's on-deck-circle routine.
Chris Rose and Kevin Millar welcome back Ryan Dempster, who discusses his hitting style and Tim Wakefield's 200th win. The guys also look at Clayton Kershaw's Wednesday ejection and debate the meanest player in the bigs.
Chris Rose and Kevin Millar welcome Michael Morse, who discusses the finer points of rookie hazing and takes part in the inaugural IT Wiffle Ball tourney. The guys also give their takes on Tim Wakefield's 200th win and Mo's 600th save.
Chris Rose and Kevin Millar welcome Bronson Arroyo, who discusses his teammates' hair as well as his boat. The guys also look at Mariano Rivera's Hall of Fame career, and debate whether the Tigers are the most dangerous team in the AL.
Chris Rose and Kevin Millar welcome back Jeremy Guthrie, who discusses his love for Oregon football and his New York biking experiences. The debate Boston's recent swoon and whether the Rays can ride into the postseason, and look at Brandon Inge's big night
Chris Rose and Kevin Millar welcome David Price, who discusses his sunflower-seed pranking method and his folks' run-in with the Ichiro impersonator. Plus, a poll on IT's best singers: Mike Stanton, Michael Morse, Orlando Hudson, Frenchy or Dexter Fowler?
Chris Rose and Kevin Millar welcome Orlando Hudson for an all-time interview, who sings "Happy Birthday" to Nick Hundley and talks batting helmets, with a surprise visit from Heath Bell. The guys also discuss Nyjer Morgan's antics and look at rookie hazing -- including Millar's (least) favorite memories.
Chris Rose and Kevin Millar welcome Dexter Fowler, whop sings his favorite tune and discusses meeting Michael Phelps. The guys also talk to Matt Holliday about getting recruited as a quarterback and his recent run-in with a moth. Plus, Stephen Strasburg's debut and Justin Verlander's 22nd win.
Chris Rose and guest host Harold Reynolds welcome Ryan Howard, who discusses his college jersey retirement ceremony as well as Phillies team photo day. The guys look at Josh Beckett's injury and debate the D-backs' chances and whether the Kung Fu Panda's "bat speak" helped him at the plate.