Colorado Rockies manager Bud Black spoke with Rockies radio broadcaster Jack Corrigan for over half an hour on Friday in a Zoom interview and he spoke on a number of different topics.
For the first time in what could be a recurring thing for the time being at least, Colorado Rockies manager Bud Black spoke to Rockies radio broadcaster Jack Corrigan via Zoom for a roundtable discussion about the recent layoff from baseball, amongst various other things.
There is a lot to unpack from it since it was over 30 minutes in length so let’s dive into some of the highlights.
Black describes how games were shut down
For the Colorado Rockies and most of the rest of baseball, it was not a huge shock to see that baseball was ending considering what was on the horizon with the coronavirus pandemic developing into a massive problem in early- to mid-March.
With that, though, those in baseball were still carrying on as usual as long as they could and Black described how the decision, even though not unexpected, still came down quickly.