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Herb Crehan is in his 22nd season as a Contributing Writer and he has written more than 125 feature articles for RED SOX MAGAZINE. He has authored three books on the Red Sox, including The Impossible Dream 1967 Red Sox: Birth of Red Sox Nation, which was released in November 2016, and contributed to five others. He speaks frequently in the Boston area on Red Sox history. He is the publisher of this website, which is dedicated to the preservation of Boston baseball history. Comments and suggestions for future articles may be submitted at his website

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  1. Dan Merlin July 1, 2014 at 8:57 am | | Reply

    I have to admit that I wasn’t always a big Millar fan. But then I caught an episode of Intentional Talk and started to get a liking for him. Now, after reading this article, I have a better appreciation for him and what he did. His story is really a great example of determination and not giving up on your dream. Thanks!

  2. Leona Kasting October 13, 2014 at 7:28 pm | | Reply

    I have only recently found Intentional Talk and really enjoy it. It is nice to watch something that has many laughs and information. Keep up the good work. It is a feel good show.

  3. Glenda (Not the witch) January 15, 2017 at 9:29 pm | | Reply

    Millar will always be remembered but he should thank us big time for his media career. Without playing in Boston know one would know his name. Hey it’s mean but true.

  4. David B January 14, 2019 at 11:16 am | | Reply

    I am a firm believer that Kevin Millar was the sparkplug for the 2004 Red Sox . . . he was always seen laughing or pranking in the dugout. He kept the team loose and he contributed in every way. If he didn’t win the Tenth Player Award in 2004 he should have . . .

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