Does Kevin Millar read ‘Prose and Ivy’?

Yesterday, I wrote the post included below this one about how there may be some magic in Kevin Millar.  About how, he may have some magic left in him seeing that he was part of the 2004 Red Sox team that broke the long-standing curse in miraculous fashion.  I focused on how if that stands to be true, it may be the key intangible Millar brings to the table that shouldn’t be overlooked this Spring when it comes to deciding whether Millar makes it to the big league stage as a Cub.

Today, ESPN posted this interview with Kevin Millar.  Sounds a little familiar, no?  
Anyway, as cool as it would be for Millar to be a loyal reader of Prose and Ivy, it would be even cooler if he turns out to be right!  

Go Cubs Go!
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2 thoughts on “Does Kevin Millar read ‘Prose and Ivy’?

  1. I love Kevin Millar! His attitude and personality is just great for a ball club. I swear he would make a great commentator on MLB Network some day. I mean they employ people too! (Clint Hurdle, Sean Casey, Dan Plesac, what say you?) :D Well I wish him luck next season.

    Thanks for that interview! Maybe he really does read your blog heh heh ;)

  2. Millar gave the Jays two really good months last season! Every Jay fan was loving the guy! Until the end of the year, when he just fell of the planet. For the Cubs, it would be good to find those two months, then bench him the rest of the year. I hope that happens for you guys!

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