Red Sox’s Mitch Moreland Converts Barn Into Batting Cage Amid MLB Hiatus


Mitch Moreland is getting creative.

The Boston Red Sox first baseman, like many of us, is finding ways to keep busy during the COVID-19 outbreak that’s sweeping the globe while train for an uncertain season start.

Many states have stay-at-home orders or advisories while healthcare professionals work to get the pandemic under control.

Major League Baseball, like many other professional sports leagues, has indefinitely postponed their seasons. But Moreland found a good way to stay in shape and get batting practice in when he converted his barn into a batting cage.

Check it out:

Lookin’ good, Mitch.

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