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If it wasn't for 11-year-old Jacob Resnick, Jose Reyes' home run on Tuesday night would have been nothing more than another round-tripper for the Mets shortstop.

During the Mets-Marlins game at Citi Field, Resnick was invited up to the booth to call an inning. During his broadcast debut in the bottom half of the third, Reyes ripped one over the left field wall and Resnick took care of the rest, as seen in the video above.

 

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