5/5/2014 3:13 P.M. ET
Teammates David Price and Chris Archer compete in game of "Splash Pong," get very messy on this week's "Off the Bat from the MLB Fan Cave" airing Tuesday at 11PM ET/PT on MTV2
Rapper Yo Gotti Appears In-Studio at MLB Fan Cave
By / MLB.com
Tampa Bay Rays teammates David Price and Chris Archer temporarily put their friendship aside to compete in a game of "splash pong" on this week's "Off the Bat from the MLB Fan Cave" (airing Tuesday at 11:00 p.m. ET/PT on MTV2), and the results were extremely messy.
The game of "splash pong" pitted Price and host Melanie Iglesias against Archer and host Chris Distefano, and featured buckets containing substances including water, milk, pasta and more - all of which ended up poured over the heads of the participants.
Also on this week's episode, rapper (and baseball fan) Yo Gotti, who recently released the single "I Know" from his hit album "I Am," appeared in studio at the MLB Fan Cave to chat with hosts Sway and Fat Joe about baseball and Southern hip hop in a game called "The Cycle." And Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson gives unsuspecting New Yorkers a big surprise as they innocently walk by the front door of the MLB Fan Cave.
Previous episodes have featured David Ortiz - the series Executive Producer - as well as in-studio guests Robinson Cano,Bryce Harper, Adam Jones, CC Sabathia and the Cardinals pitching staff of Adam Wainwright, Shelby Miller and Michael Wacha. Clips and full episodes can be seen here.
About "Off the Bat from the MLB Fan Cave:"
"Off the Bat from the MLB Fan Cave" is a weekly, 30-minute series hosted from the MLB Fan Cave in New York City airing 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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