VIDEO: Phillies broadcaster catches Braves home run, throws it back
The Phillies broadcast team set up shop in center field Friday, and it took just three batters before play-by-play announcer Tom McCarthy caught Freddie Freeman's homer -- and then threw it back.
The Philadelphia broadcast crew was set up in center field of Citizens Bank Park Friday for the Phillies-Braves game and it took just three batters before they were a part of the action.
Here's Freddie Freeman hitting a three-run homer to play-by-play man Tom McCarthy ... and McCarthy making the catch with his first baseman's mitt ... and McCarthy throwing it back:
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