“They definitely have a clue of what they’re doing,” he said. “I don’t know the pitchers in-depth so I don’t know what they normally do. You see changes and try to make adjustments on the fly. It’s a back-and-forth, cat-and-mouse thing.”
When asked what he needs to do to make the big leagues, he said, “I don’t know how close I am. I haven’t played a game in the big leagues, so I don’t know what it’s like. Just keep working and take as much as I can and learn from veteran guys.”
He’s hitting for average, playing tremendous defense, showing his arm, running the bases.
Other than Ellsbury, who doesn’t have a strong arm, the Red Sox don’t have a player as talented as Bradley.
We’ll see if that’s good enough for him to be playing left field at Yankee Stadium April 1.