DETROIT Don Kelly probably wasn't even supposed to start Tuesday's game but he ended up making the play of the game.
Hot-hitting Blue Jays catcher J.P. Arencibia led off the second inning and absolutely smoked one of Anibal Sanchez's pitches. It was headed out of the park -- until Kelly leaped and brought it back in.
"I didn't know how far it was going to carry," Kelly said. "He hit it, obviously, pretty well. So just to be able to get back there and catch it was awesome."
Kelly's fellow corner outfielder has stolen a home run or two in his day and he was impressed.
"I really respect that kind of art, robbing home runs," Torii Hunter said. "I think when he robbed it, I was jumping up and down like a little kid in a candy store. I was like, yay! It was pretty awesome. Donnie Kelly's a good guy and he plays hard and to do that, I'm happy for him."
Unlike Hunter, however, Kelly doesn't think it's a better feeling to take away a home run than to hit one.
"No, it's not," Kelly sai...