Former MLB First Baseman/Outfielder
Career Highlights: Kevin Millar is a former 12-year major league veteran best recognized for his years with the Boston Red Sox where he became a clubhouse favorite. His iconic “Cowboy Up” rallying cry, clubhouse presence and offensive production helped spark the Red Sox to the 2003 American League Championship Series and the 2004 World Series Championship, the first title for the team in 86 years. Millar is currently a co-host of “Intentional Talk” with Chris Rose year-round on the MLB Network. He joined the MLB Network in April 2010, and has also contributed to NESN’s Red Sox coverage and FOX’s baseball coverage since retiring. In his MLB career, Millar played for Florida (1998-2002), Boston (2003-05), Baltimore (2006-08) and Toronto (2009). Millar played in 1,427 games posting 1,284 hits with 170 home runs, and a .358 on base percentage. He received the Jackie Jensen Award after the 2003 season, presented annually by the Boston Chapter of the Baseball Writers’ Association of America to the player who embodies the spirit and desire of the former Red Sox outfielder. Millar was also received the 2001 Charlie Hough Good Guy Award from the BBWAA Florida chapter.