()Former Red Sox pitcher Ryan Dempster will join the on-air analytical staff of MLB Network—following in the footsteps of his longtime buddy Kevin Millar. Dempster—who spent nine seasons with the Cubs—will make his debut during the network's coverage of tomorrow's game marking the 100th Anniversary Of Wrigley Field. Dempster closed out Game One of the World Series last year—after making 29 starts for the World Champion Carmine Hose. The two-time NL All-Star announced his retirement from baseball after the season.
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