8/8/2014 11:21 A.M. ET
Miami Marlins All-Star Giancarlo Stanton sets off on safare in this week's "Off the Bat from the MLB Fan Cave" - Sunday at 11am ET/PT on MTV2
Episode also features segments with Nick Castellanos and cast members of Expendables 3
By / MLB.com
Miami Marlins superstar Giancarlo Stanton joins host Melanie Iglesias for a South Florida safari on this week's "Off the Bat from the MLB Fan Cave," which also features special segments with Detroit Tigers third baseman Nick Castellanos and cast members of Expendables 3. The episode airs this Sunday at 11:00 a.m. ET/PT on MTV2.
As they embark on their adventure at Lion Country Safari in Loxahatchee, FL, which was filmed this past offseason, Stanton and Iglesias encounter a variety of wild animals including giraffes and rhinos. Click here for a preview of the Stanton segment.
Also on this week's episode, with the Tigers in New York to play the Yankees, Castellanos joins host Chris Distefano at a New York City coffee shop for "Questions from Left Field."
Previous episodes of "Off the Bat" have featured series executive producer David Ortiz as well as other in-studio guests including Bryce Harper, Adam Jones, CC Sabathia, Robinson Cano, Adam Wainwright, Shelby Miller, Michael Wacha, David Price, Chris Archer, Eric Young, Jr., Dee Gordon, Pedro Alvarez, Josh Donaldson, Carlos Gomez, Brandon Moss, Jose Bautista and Pablo Sandoval.
About "Off the Bat from the MLB Fan Cave:"
"Off the Bat from the MLB Fan Cave" is a weekly series hosted from the MLB Fan Cave in New York City airing 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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