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John Kruk gets lost in hotels on an 'almost nightly' basis on road trips

John Kruk has spent a lot of time in hotels as a player and broadcaster.

But he still somehow gets lost almost every time he ventures into a new hotel. 

“You would think that I would be able to find my hotel room after doing it so many times as a player,” Kruk said. “It is almost nightly where I have absolutely no idea whether I turn left or right outside of the elevator. The guys laugh a ton at me but they have helped me find my room on occasion and I try to follow them in the hotel.”

In the latest episode of CSNPhilly's Krukcast podcast, Kruk dives into what life on the road is like with Tom McCarthy, Larry Andersen, Gregg Murphy, Ben Davis and Scott Franzke and how each member of the Phillies' broadcast team has their own assumed role.

“We kind of have jobs when we are in the room together,” Kruk said. “I like to sweep and clean up the messes I make, Andersen likes to iron, (Murphy) has the products if we forget something. Someone once came in the room to sit and didn’t say a word but said we should be a reality show because we are half nuts.”

“(McCarthy) is the big brother of the group. He watches out for all of us and if you know anything about any of us, we need to be watched over. He is the one who sends out what shirts we wear on a daily basis. He organizes the golf on the road and you couldn’t ask for anything more. It’s like having your own personal secretary.”

To hear about life on the road, Kruk’s reasons against sightseeing, the crew’s adventures on the golf course and more, click below for the full podcast.