As a special episode of the hit series Man Caves, DIY Network teams up with MLB Network for a special contest asking people Who Wants an MLB Man Cave? The winner, chosen by DIY Network and MLB Network, will receive a Man Cave that would make any baseball fan delirious. Joining Tony Siragusa and Jason Cameron's Man Cave build team will be MLB Network's Harold Reynolds and Mitch Williams, as well as some special MLB surprise guests.
Guy DeSantis is a family man and a passionate biker with deep Harley-Davidson roots. His strong heritage and love for motorcycles led him halfway around the world as he joined a biker club located in the Italian town his family is from. Guy has no room in his home to work on his bike, and with the addition of his daughter Sophia, it got even harder for him to find a place to tune up. All hope is not lost, though; he has a three-season room out back that would make the perfect Harley Man Cave!
Jerry Thorpe is born and bred Boston is die hard when it comes to supporting his local teams, which can be a little awkward in New Jersey! For his own safety Jerry needs a Man Cave, so he can yell as loud as he wants without fear of getting a beer thrown at him.
Jon Courtney and his wife have just purchased their first home. The last owner decorated the basement area in hideous wood paneling, Jon's obsession with muscle cars stretches back to his childhood. He would love to be able to come home to a muscle car-themed movie theater and bar area.
JP has a rich cultural heritage. His father is French, and his wife and mother are both Colombian so he is fluent in at least three languages. He would like nothing more than to come home at the end of a long day and retreat to a private Spanish grotto sanctuary, reminiscent of his father's Colombian cafe.
As a firefighter, Enrique Vazquez spends a lot of his days rescuing people and property from smoke and fire damage. He has been a life-long New York baseball fan, and wants to celebrate his pride by turning his basement into a Locker Room Cave!
The Aldredge's have spent the last few years renovating their house to reflect their love of the mountains of Colorado and Montana, but their basement remains in the same shape it was when they bought the house 10 years ago. Tony and Jason's mission on this Man Cave is to bring a splash of the rural west to Dave's basement.
Rick Osso has been collecting comic books and memorabilia his entire life and his collection is massive! Ever since he and wife Clori moved into their new home, his collection has been quarantined to his parents' basement. Now is the time for Rick to let his inner geek out and display his superhero colors by making the first Comic Book Man Cave!Rick Osso has been collecting comic books and memorabilia his entire life and his collection is massive. Ever since he and wife Clori moved into their new home, his collection has been quarantined to his parents' basement. Hosts Tony "Goose" Siragusa and licensed contractor Jason Cameron help Rick re-release his inner geek and display his superhero colors by making the first ever comic book man cave.
Matt and Alecia Walton are both working actors who have traded in their busy city life for a quiet family life in the suburbs. Behind their house is a garage, with an attic full of junk and Matt's true passion- books. Matt is a huge fan of 60s decor and style, and that's exactly the style the Man Caves crew is going for in his 60s library man cave.
The tables have been turned on host Tony "Goose" Siragusa as he gets a man cave of his own for his restaurant, Tiffany's. The patio area is in dire need of a makeover, and what better team to come and soup it up than licensed contractor Jason Cameron and his Man Caves crew.
The Kenilworth Police Department has a recreation center that is falling apart at the seams. It serves as a home for meetings, parties for friends and family, and break room for guys on patrol, but it lacks a distinctive personality. The Man Caves crew gives the PBA a much needed facelift.
Glen Eilbacher is a family man who spends a lot of time on the road for work, and often finds himself in the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas. Not so much a gambler, he still likes the look and feel of a Vegas sports book. Hosts Tony "Goose" Siragusa and Jason Cameron help him bring one to his New Jersey home. Will the Man Caves crew roll a snake eyes?
When legendary sports broadcaster Dan Patrick needed to transform his new studio into a state-of-the-art television and radio facility, he knew exactly who to call: Man Caves - the popular DIY Network series dedicated to creating the ultimate guys' sanctuaries. Hosts Tony "Goose" Siragusa and licensed contractor Jason Cameron traveled to Milford, Conn., to help Patrick renovate an old loft space into the ultimate "TV Studio Man Cave" for the launch of his new daily DIRECTV series, The Dan Patrick Show. Goose, Jason and the Man Caves crew customized Dan's studio to have a traditional look complete with reclaimed brick, New England wainscoting and two rooms: a main room with a kitchen and bar, and a fun area with a basketball court with scoreboard (emblazoned with a Dan Patrick logo), a golf simulator to help Dan improve his handicap, and an up-to-the minute sports ticker. Most important to any broadcaster is a way to show off the awards, so Jason and Tony created the first-ever man cave "Emmy Launcher". You'll have to tune in to see how it works.