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MLB Network’s “Intentional Talk,” hosted by Kevin Millar and Chris Rose, will air live from Fenway Park on Thursday, April 19 at 5:00 p.m. ET and again on Friday, April 20 with a special 90-minute edition starting at 1:00 p.m. ET with Tom Verducci joining Rose as a guest host during part of the show.
Following the Yankees – Red Sox game on Friday, MLB Network will also air a one-hour postgame show, with Millar and Rose reporting live from Fenway.
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There are plenty of rumors around the internet right now that Kevin Millar and Pedro Martinez may have been intoxicated during their toast at Fenway’s 100th celebration today. You make the call, but as you can see from the video it really looked like they were enjoying themselves.
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Kevin Millar and Pedro Martinez might have been two of the Boston Red Sox heroes who helped break The Curse of the Bambino, but their wacky, uncoordinated attempt to lead the fans— at the sold out 100th anniversary of Fenway Park— in breaking the record for the world's largest toast was an epic fail.
The Red Sox tried to set a new mark for most people in one spot participating...
The Red Sox put on quite a celebration on Friday afternoon when they celebrated the 100th anniversary of Fenway Park. The celebration ended with a Fenway-wide toast in an attempt to break the Guinesss Book of World Records record for the largest toast. Naturally, Pedro Martinez and Kevin Millar were called upon to lead things, as they took to the top of the Red Sox dugout, bottle...
Kevin Millar and Pedro Martinez are two of the most popular players in recent Red Sox history, and they reaffirmed that on Friday afternoon. The duo returned to Fenway for the park's 100th anniversary celebration, and they were put in charge of leading the fans in a park-wide toast. See how that turned out in the video above.
Friday was a day of celebration at Fenway Park, and Kevin Millar and Pedro Martinez took that message to heart. The former Boston World Series winners led a toast prior to the Red Sox-Yankees game on Friday, and they both seemed rather sloshed. I’m not sure how to describe the scene other than Millar reminded me of Will Ferrell jumping on stage to crash the Snoop Dogg show during...