The unbreakable bond forged between Adonys Guzman and Josh Feldman goes back a few years. As time has passed, that relationship has only grown stronger.
With each about to enter their junior baseball seasons at Brunswick School, the battery mates have emerged as the primary leaders of the Bruins.
"The two of us have been playing together on travel teams since we were 12-years-old,'' said Feldman, a Greenwich, Conn., native. "We are an ideal pair as pitcher and catcher. We both understand each other and we have a great relationship on and off the field. We are very competitive with each other and we frequently banter. This competitive nature gives us a no fear approach.''
Feldman, a right-handed pitcher, enrolled at Brunswick as an eager, talented freshman. Guzman, who grew up in the Bronx, came on board the following year after reclassifying as a sophomore. But well before each came to this prestigious academic institution, the two had joined forces over the summer months as teammates with the Bronx Bombers Baseball Club, an organization that has guided many of its players to find college landing spots. In 2018, as 14-year-olds, Feldman and Guzman helped lead the Bombers to victory in the National Youth Baseball Championship.