Felix White: Major League Calling | BBC Sport

Felix white: major league calling | bbc sport

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Tailenders’ podcaster Felix White trades cricket for baseball as he visits Fenway Park to prepare to commentate on New York Yankees v Boston Red Sox live on the BBC.

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