On Wednesday, MLB Network made an important announcement.
The hit talk show “Intentional Talk” will be adding two new faces.
Former MLB pitcher Ryan Dempster and analyst Siera Santos have joined 2004 World Series champion Kevin Millar on the hit talk show.
Millar’s first co-host was Chris Rose, who recently started his own podcast called “The Rose Rotation.”
MLB Network added Stephen Nelson to replace Rose after his departure from MLB Network.
Nelson was recently added to the Los Angeles Dodgers broadcast team, leaving another vacancy.
However, Dempster and Santos have been added.
MLB Network announced the recent news on Twitter.
NEWS: @Dempster46 & @SieraSantos are joining @KMillar15 to co-host @MLBNetwork's @IntentionalTalk. Debut show is March 31st at 5 p.m. ET.
Release: https://t.co/Rgg5nbCVgk pic.twitter.com/qGwRBkP8EL
— MLB Network PR (@MLBNetworkPR) March 15, 2023
Intentional Talk features a wide variety of topics covered by Millar and his co-hosts.
Often times, they will talk with notable MLB personnel such as players, managers, and coaches and ask them pressing, yet very silly questions.
The show also features some funny highlights from around the game and takes into account the lighter side of the daily grind.
In recent years, they have made predictions for trades and free agent signings during offseasons and trade deadlines.
They will also show bloopers.
These bloopers do not always pertain to baseball.
However, in Millar’s big segment known as “Got Heem,” anything goes.
Dempster and Millar each won a ring with the Boston Red Sox, with Millar winning his in 2004 and Dempster earning his ring in 2013.
Santos is a newer face on MLB Network, having recently joined in 2022.
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