Bradfo Sho, Ep.158: The Roenicke who is actually playing baseball

The Bradfo Sho
Monday, April 20th
Josh Roenicke, nephew of Red Sox interim manager Ron Roenicke, joins Rob Bradford from Taiwan to discuss what it is currently like to actually be playing professional baseball. Roenicke, a pitcher who has appeared in 190 major league games, has just gotten out of the 14-day quarantine needed in order to join his Chinese Professional Baseball League, the Uni-President Lions. The former college football teammate of Patriot Matthew Slater goes into detail regarding what life is like in a country that is playing sports again (albeit in front of cardboard cutouts and robots instead of fans). For those who are hopeful that MLB will return this season, it is a good look into what it might look like.