DIY Network and MLB Network have teamed up to deliver one lucky viewer a man cave fit for the major leagues with their "Who Wants A Man Cave?" contest.
After selecting the winner in August, DIY Network's Man Caves hosts Tony "Goose" Siragusa and licensed contractor Jason Cameron will join MLB Network studio analysts and former Major League Baseball players Harold Reynolds and Mitch Williams to transform the winner's space into the ultimate man cave, equipped with official MLB merchandise from his favorite team, high-tech toys and deluxe furnishings.
Four runners-up will receive an MLB Authentic Collection cap and jersey from the team of their choice.
Viewers can witness the fast-paced renovation from start to finish on a special edition of Man Caves on Tuesday, Sept. 29, at 9 p.m. ET and on MLB Network in October.
The "Who Wants A Man Cave?" contest also consists of on-air promotion on both networks and online at their sites and at MLB.com.
The partnership between DIY Network and MLB Network was brokered by Media Storm, the media agency of record for both networks. Baseball fans will see DIY Network and MLB Network's promotional broadcasts on the big screens at major league and minor league stadiums across the country.
MLB Network's signature show, MLB Tonight, features on-air analysts Mitch Williams and Harold Reynolds, and airs live beginning at 6 p.m. ET until the final MLB game of the night ends between Monday and Saturday. DIY Network's Man Caves delivers jaw-dropping getaways outfitted with high-tech toys and all the manly essentials for homeowners and even celebrities like Snoop Dogg and Rainn Wilson. The hosts are former NFL star Siragusa and licensed contractor Jason Cameron and it airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m.
Pictured in this story: Siragusa, Reynolds, Williams and Cameron.