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10 hours ago, justD said:

Just saw that he had a fractured fibula. I mean how does that happen? Did he get hit with that one comebacker? Or was that Valdez?

He did get hit on a聽聽comebacker.

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13 hours ago, Il BuonO said:

Ok then. He鈥檚 fine聽to lead off.

Sheesh

Lol, Amazing that was the first leadoff homer in WS history.聽 Soler power!聽 Rosario will be the leadoff hitter against righties.聽 As hot as he is, maybe he'll be the second player to lead off a WS game with a homer.聽 Urquidy (a righty) is starting for Houston.聽 聽

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45 minutes ago, Il BuonO said:

He did get hit on a聽聽comebacker.

Pretty awesome that聽Morton got 2 K's after he broke his fibula.聽 He must have been incredibly focused.聽聽

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