Josh Morgan may be heading back home to the States, but he assures the time difference will be no barrier to him eagerly watching Auckland’s push towards the playoffs.
“Literally every single game I’ll watch,” Morgan told ozsportsonline.com.
“Literally every single game I’ll watch,” Morgan told theabl.com.au.
“It’s like 18 or 20 hours difference but my parents found a way to watch me so I’m definitely going to find a way to watch my brothers here.”
Morgan promised he would not cry after his final game for the Tuatara but found it difficult to hold back his emotions after the final pitch was thrown in its 16-2 win over Sydney.
“I don’t want to leave because what we have formed here is so special,” he said.
“I really didn’t think that in the little over eight weeks I’ve been here, I really formed a brotherhood.
“I’ll miss the bond that we’ve formed as a team and I think that’s why we’ve been so successful on the field.”
The Texas Rangers prospect was one of Auckland’s key recruits for the 2019-20 season and delivered on an individual level.