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Blue Jays third baseman Brett Lawrie made an acrobatic move on an infield chopper Friday night, barehanded the ball and threw out Kansas City Royals slugger, Billy Butler at first. Take a look:
This play was crucial as it could have been the tying run at first in the eighth inning. Toronto was able to shut the Kansas City down winning the game 3-2.
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