On Friday, your friendly staff here at Over the Monster will have a chance to interview (albeit briefly) a member of the 2004 Red Sox. Who is this famous individual? Here are a few hints:
- He was a first baseman for the Sox during that vaunted era.
- He spends a lot of time in the stands at Fenway these days.
- His most famous on-the-field contribution during the 2004 American League Championship Series against the Yankees was keeping his bat on his shoulder during a rare four-pitch walk issued by Mariano Rivera.
Still not sure? We're talking about this guy:
That's right, we'll be talking to Kevin Millar. The primary goal of the interview is to promote Millar's College World Series promotion, "Good Hands in the Stands," a promotion in partnership with Allstate Insurance that will recognize fans who show they know how to hang on to a fly ball or home run.
However, we'll also have a chance to ask him a few questions of our own, and that's where you come in. We'd like to "crowdsource" a question or two from our resident Monsters.
So, if you've got a burning question that you've been wanting to ask about, post it as a comment below. (Please, please make sure it's fit for general consumption!) If you like someone else's question, recommend it. We'll ask the top question (or two) with the most recommendations.
Let's see what you all have to put out there!