Cricket NewsBefore The Ashes, Harry Brook enrolls in baseball training

    Before The Ashes, Harry Brook enrolls in baseball training


    Harry Brook, a 24-year-old wonder from England, has been in outstanding form lately and was outstanding for his country during their most recent Test series against New Zealand. He received the Player of the Match award for his innings of 89 and 54 in the first Test, which England dominated by 267 runs.

    Brook scored a monster knock of 186 runs in the first innings of the second Test, which England lost by the slimmest of margins. His recent successes may play a key role in securing his spot in the England team for the next Ashes series. After his noteworthy achievements against New Zealand, Brook has now traveled to the United States to join the MLB’s St. Louis Cardinals. Soon, the MLB team will participate in spring training in Florida.

    The move follows Brook’s appointment as the MLB’s European ambassador. It is also rumored that Brook will use the MLB emblem on his bat during the 2019 Indian Premier League (IPL). Brook came forward following the relationship to discuss his forthcoming experience. He added that he was eager to try playing baseball.

    “I’m really excited for this partnership and can’t wait to try my hand at hitting some home runs, I’m intrigued to see how different it is to cricket and what similarities there are too – will a home run feel as good as hitting a six?” Brook was quoted as saying by the Mirror.

    “I’m also excited to learn from how other professional sportspeople go about their game and see if there are any transferable skills between batting in baseball and cricket. It’s going to be amazing to see baseball firsthand in the US and help spread the word back in the UK and hopefully help build baseball’s fan base here,” he added.


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