Matt Harvey the Reliever, What it's Like to be Part of a No-Hitter, and Millar Hits Jeter's Vegas Golf Tourney

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Welcome to another edition of MLB Network's Intentional Talk: Caught Listening.

This week, Chris and Kevin kicked things off by recapping Millar's trip to Vegas, where he played in Derek Jeter's golf tournament. And as you may imagine, Kev had some great stories from the event. There was one involving Jimmy Rollins and a freestyle rapper, and then another about FaceTiming with Josh Donaldson. It'll all make sense when you listen.

Later on, the guys got a little serious and talked about the Matt Harvey situation. Can he make the best out of his stay in the bullpen?

Also, on the heels of Sean Manaea throwing a no-no for the A's, Kevin remembers what it was like being on both sides of a no hitter.

And finally, a debate as to how large a head start Chris would need to beat Dee Gordon in a race around the basepaths.

Got questions for the show? Send them to Chris Rose (@ChrisRose) and Kevin Millar (@KMillar15) on Twitter, using the hashtag #CaughtListeningPod.

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