Found August 29, 2013 on Baseball Hot Corner:
The Toronto Blue Jays managed to score two runs on a J.P. Arencibia strikeout. With two men on the Blue Jays catcher was caught looking on a strike that bounced off the glove of New York Yankees catcher Chris Stewart. The backstop threw down to first to get Arencibia however he inadvertently knocked off Lyle Overbay‘s glove sending the ball into right field. When order was restored Blue Jays base runners Brett Lawrie and Rajai Davis had crossed the plate. The post Toronto Blue Jays Score Two Runs On Strikeout Against Yankees appeared first on Baseball Hot Corner.
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