Rockies’ Jeff Bridich, Bud Black forced to play game of wait-and-see

Lahoma Whitelow


To steal a phrase from the late, fantastic Tom Petty, “The ready is the hardest section.”

Rockies common supervisor Jeff Bridich and supervisor Bud Black can relate.

As the coronavirus continues to distribute, and as far more towns across the state are forced to shut down, baseball has come to be section of the fantastic unfamiliar. There is no timetable for the game’s return, no revamped routine on the horizon and the phrase “We’ll cross that bridge when we appear to it,” has come to be the strategy.

Rockies players are no for a longer time training collectively at the club’s Salt River Fields elaborate in Scottsdale, Ariz., which was shut down Wednesday, so they are remaining to work out on their very own.

“We are trying to appear to grips with a time not occurring suitable now, and actually, exercise not occurring any longer,” Bridich claimed Thursday throughout

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