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By Brian Waller, AngelsWin.com Columnist No matter which team you follow, there are just some players that you respect. Kevin Millar has always been one of those players. Millar can easily be defined as a team player, a guy his teammates rally around and someone who plays the game of baseball the right way. Angelswin.com recently had an opportunity to interview Millar about a number of topics including his transition from the baseball diamond to the sound stage, his memories of playing at the "Big A", and his opinion on whats wrong with Albert Pujols. Waller: Kevin, first of all I know you are very busy and have a lot going on; on behalf of AngelsWin.com, thank you for taking time out of your schedule to speak with me today. Millar: Not a problem at all Brian, my pleasure. Waller: Kevin, what has the adjustment been like for you going from the baseball diamond to a sound stage with the MLB Network? Millar: It’s gone really smoothly. The timing of it all worked out re...
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