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Jerry Remy Looses A Tooth On Air During Last Night’s Game [VIDEO]

The Red Sox were beaten so badly last night that Jerry Remy’s tooth popped out!

During the fourth inning last night while the Chicago Cubs were lambasting the Sox at Fenway, NESN television announcer Jerry Remy actually lost a tooth. It made for some very funny moments during the game generated by Remy and fellow announcer Don Orsillo.  At one point Orsillo even broke out a pair of pliers and attempted to put what looked like a tooth implant back where it belonged.

The Sox eventually lost to the Cubs, final score 16 to 9, and we can only presume that Remy’s tooth will find it’s way back to where it belongs.

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