The Philadelphia Phillies are set to continue their improbable run on Friday night in Game 1 of the World Series.
They have knocked out the St. Louis Cardinals, Atlanta Braves, and San Diego Padres to get to this point.
Yesterday, the Phillies left Philadelphia and boarded their flight for Houston.
While most players and coaches all wore suits and ties, one player had a different idea.
Jean Segura, who has had himself a nice and productive postseason, wore his uniform onto the plane.
Yesterday, a local Philadelphia news channel caught video of the Phillies boarding the team bus to the airport and showed Segura himself decked out in his uniform.
The Phillies left today for Houston. Jean Segura went on the bus/plane in his uniform. He’s locked in. pic.twitter.com/oBw7MIGdel
— Crossing Broad (@CrossingBroad) October 26, 2022
Segura Locked In Early
Segura is locked in and ready to go.
He doesn’t want to wait another day to play in his first ever World Series.
And why would he?
The Phillies have captured the hearts of many this fall with their improbable run to the World Series.
Many baseball pundits believed that Philadelphia would go down in the Wild Card Series in St. Louis.
But thanks to Segura and others, the Phillies have gotten hot at just the right time and are ready to do some damage in the World Series for the first time since 2009.
While the rest of the team chose to dress in suits and ties, Segura chose not to conform and instead wore his game uniform for the plane ride.
You have to admire the dedication on Segura’s part.
He’s ready to get going, and the fun starts tomorrow night.