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. When it was finished, After pitching one of the handful of best World Series games by a catcher, Realmuto could no longer participate in the postgame spread.

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“I think I can’t chew,” Realmuto said. “My jaw hurts so much. But as long as it’s not my head, I’m fine.”

In the sixth inning of Game 1 of the World Series on Friday, Philly The catcher took the foul ball out of his mask to shake it like a powerful punch.

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“Does it look bad?” A question is repeated. “I’m not going to lie. Well. Pretty bad.”

That virtual haymaker will be just a footnote when history remembers what Realmuto did in Game 1. But the footnote commands your attention, and the value and prowess of Realmuto cannot be fully appreciated without it.

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