Kevin Millar Cowboyed Up One More Time And Mashed A Homerun In Independent Baseball


Former MLB player Kevin Millar apparently still has it. Millar, who is well known these days for his co-hosting role on MLB Network’s show Intentional Talk with Chris Rose, returned to the diamond for on last at-bat for the St. Paul Saints, a member of the American Association in Independent League Baseball. The 45 year old, who began his professional career with the Saints in 1993 in their inaugural season, stepped up to the plate in the bottom of the second inning and did this.


Millar always had a flare for the dramatics, most notably when he was on the RedSox, did not disappoint on his return to where his professional baseball career got its beginnings. Here is a look at what people were saying about this memorable last at-bat by Millar.

Millar smashing a homer at 45 years of age in Indy ball, 45 year old Many Ramirez is out in Japan smoking balls for the Kochi Fighting Dogs, and David Ortiz just had his number 34 retired at Fenway Park. Looks like the guys from the 2004 RedSox World Series champion team still got it. Maybe the Sox should call them up in September for the playoff push. Or at the very least to sell some tickets like it appears the New York Mets are going to do with Tim Tebow.

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