In the first “in-person” podcast recorded in Baseball BBQ history, we meet up in an empty parking lot outside Citizens Bank Park, home of the Philadelphia Phillies, to discuss a potential Zack Wheeler trade, the canceled winter meetings, and the joys of seeing a baseball game in person with your buddies (0:09). Then, KBO MVP Mel Rojas Jr. joins to discuss his stunning season, getting into a groove at the plate, the differences in playing in South Korea as opposed to the U.S. or the Dominican Republic, where he wants to play next year, and more (27:00).
Live From Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia … It’s Baseball BBQ!
Will Zack Wheeler be traded this offseason? Plus, KBO MVP Mel Rojas Jr. joins the show to share how baseball differs in South Korea compared to the U.S. and Dominican Republic.
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