The World Series is just a day away.
This year, we’ll have the Philadelphia Phillies and the Houston Astros squaring off in the 118th World Series.
While there are obviously only two teams remaining, players of teams who have already been eliminated are taking on some freelance work.
The young right-hander is going to be doing some media work this World Series as MLB’s correspondent.
McKenzie will be taking fans behind the scenes in Houston and in Philadelphia as we learn more about the two remaining teams and their processes for preparing for the big games.
Triston will be taking us behind the scenes from both Houston and Philly. pic.twitter.com/3SqufuGhtC
— MLB (@MLB) October 27, 2022
McKenzie Set For World Series Media Role
This should be fun.
As a younger player, McKenzie will probably learn a lot of interesting things himself.
But it will be cool to see him go behind the scenes and show us what takes place off the field.
McKenzie has a fun-loving personality that makes him a perfect fit for this temporary role.
We as fans will be learning along with him about what takes place for both teams behind the scenes while the game isn’t happening.
This is certainly going to be an exciting series, but having a chance to watch McKenzie learn about what happens off the field and share that knowledge with fans will make it even more interesting.
The series will start tomorrow night in Houston with the first pitch being scheduled for 8:03 p.m. Eastern Time.
Each of the games will air on FOX Sports.