It’s a moment that will forever live in the minds and hearts of Dodgers fans. When Julio Urias pumped that fastball past Willy Adames during Game 6 of the World Series, it cemented that team in the MLB history books. It was glorious, and a memory those players will carry forever.
Some of those players opted to keep those memories intact in a few different ways. That includes Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw retiring the glove that he had been using. That glove was very old and one that he went to almost every time in his career. But that now sits in a case at home.
Austin Barnes did not take that route though. The Dodgers backstop spoke with am570’s Dave Vassegh about it this week, and he revealed that he is still using it in games. Barnes even showed it off to Vassegh on video.
So if you ever see Barnes in a game, chances are that Dodgers 2020 World Series championship lives on. Pretty cool.
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