Kevin Millar

Kevin currently serves as a studio analyst for the MLB Network. Kevin also co-hosts “Intentional Talk”, MLB Network’s first-ever talk show that covers everything and anything in Major League Baseball.  During the 2010 season, Kevin was both a game and studio analyst for select MLB games on Fox Sports.

Kevin was with the Toronto Blue Jays for the 2009 season after spending the previous three seasons with the Baltimore Orioles.

Prior to joining the Orioles, Kevin spent three seasons with the Boston Red Sox and five seasons with the Florida Marlins. In 2004, he helped the Red Sox win their first World Championship in 86 years.

After the 2003 season, Kevin received the Jackie Jensen Award, presented annually by the Boston chapter of the BBWAA to the player who best embodies the spirit and desire of the former Red Sox outfielder.

Following the 2001 season, Kevin was presented with the Charlie Hough Good Guy Award from the Florida chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America.

Kevin went undrafted out of college and was signed by Florida scout Gary Hughes after playing one season in the independent Northern League with the St. Paul Saints.

Kevin grew up in Los Angeles and graduated from University (CA) High School. He then went on to study business at Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas

Kevin and his family reside in Texas.