When news broke over the weekend of the Red Sox signing Hanley Ramirez, it wasn’t the standard crop of baseball reporters to deliver it.
Instead, it was a 14-year-old kid from Missouri.
That kid, Jake Wesley, has become a bit of a Twitter phenomenon in the days since, as he’s built up his sources in rapid time and stayed on top of developing stories in baseball.
Wesley joined the Felger and Massarotti program on Tuesday afternoon to discuss how he developed his sources, how he keeps up on the latest news while in high school (he’s a freshman) and what he expects to happen around the league.
Listen to the interview below!
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