4/8/2014 3:15 P.M. ET
Episode Two of "Off the Bat from the MLB Fan Cave" -- starring Adam Jones of the Baltimore Orioles -- airs tonight at 11 p.m. ET/PT on MTV2
Executive Producer David Ortiz Also Featured in Tonight's Episode
By / MLB.com
Baltimore Orioles All-Star Adam Jones served as Executive Producer on tonight's episode of " Off the Bat from the MLB Fan Cave," airing on MTV2 tonight at 11:00 p.m. ET/PT, as he joined series hosts Sway, Fat Joe, Chris Distefano and Melanie Iglesias at the MLB Fan Cave in New York City while in town to play the Yankees.
As Executive Producer, Jones worked with MTV to help put together some of the creative concepts for the episode, which plays off his interests in food, music and television. The show features a segment shot during the offseason in Baltimore in which Jones introduces Distefano to some of his favorite restaurants in his home city. In addition, as the photo above featuring Jones and Iglesias indicates, very large donuts play a role in tonight's episode.
Tonight's "Off the Bat" will also feature 2013 World Series MVP and series Executive Producer David Ortiz of the Boston Red Sox, as well as segments including Bronson Arroyo and Cody Ross of the Arizona Diamondbacks, Bruce Chen and Jeremy Guthrie of the Kansas City Royals and Josh Reddick of the Oakland A's.
About "Off the Bat from the MLB Fan Cave:"
"Off the Bat from the MLB Fan Cave" is a weekly, 30-minute series with a 30 episode order that will be hosted from the MLB Fan Cave in New York City and airs every Tuesday night at 11pm ET/PT on MTV2. Each week, MLB players will be in-studio for interviews and segments with series hosts Sway, Fat Joe, Chris Distefano and Melanie Iglesias, spotlighting the stars' personalities and passions. Every episode of "Off the Bat from the MLB Fan Cave" will also feature on-location segments with players, diving deeper into their off-the-field interests that fans don't ordinarily see, whether it's a tour of their favorite restaurants or a look at their sneaker collection.
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