JT Realmuto home run stuns Astros, Phillies control World Series

HOUSTON – JT Realmuto waited nine years and 1,005 regular season games to play in his first World Series game. And when it was over, after pitching one of the best World Series games ever by a catcher, Realmuto was unable to participate in the postgame broadcast.

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“I don’t think I can chew,” Rilmuto said. “My jaw really hurts. But that’s okay, as long as it’s not my head, I’m good.

In the sixth inning of Game 1 of the World Series on Friday, the Phyllis The catcher pretends to take a powerful punch and pulls a menacing ball off his mask.

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“Did he feel as bad as he looked?” he says, repeating the question. “I’m not going to lie. yes. It was really bad.”

That imaginary haymaker story will be just a footnote when Realmuto remembers what he did in Game 1. But the footnote grabs your attention, without it Realmuto’s value and heroism cannot be fully appreciated.

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