TORONTO, CANADA - AUGUST 31: Elliot Johnson #9 of the Tampa Bay Rays is thrown out at home plate in the ninth inning to end the game during MLB game action as Jeff Mathis #6 of the Toronto Blue Jays holds on to the ball on August 31, 2012 at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (Photo by Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images)
It's nice to see why Moises Sierra got raves about his arm. I've seen a lot of Jays baseball, but I've never seen a clutch throw like that in a long time even with Jose Bautista's rocket arm. Wow, the Jays actually won three games in a row. Feels strange to see a legit winning streak. Onto the Links.
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The best outfield in Jays history. Maybe not defensively (cough Bell cough) but it was the best trio the Jays ever put together. All home grown although Bell was a Rule 5 Draftee, he made his MLB debut with the Jays.
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Baseball History - September 1st - National Pastime - Baseball History
1971 At Parc Jarry in Montreal, the Pirates become the first major league team to start an all-black team. The lineup includes infielders Al Oliver (1b), Rennie Stennet (2b), Jackie Hernandez (ss) Dave Cash (3b) and outfielders Willie Stargell (lf), Gene Clines (cf), Roberto Clemente (rf) with Dock Ellis (p) and Manny Sanguillen (c) making up the battery.
2009 In his first game back from the DL after suffering a torn right testicle when a bad hop grounder hit him in the groin last month, Adrián Beltre hears the The Nutcracker Suite when he steps into the batter's box. Mariner teammate Ken Griffey Jr. arranged to have the Safeco Field PA system play the waltz to have some fun with the third baseman, who decided not wear a protective cup until today's game.
Moises Sierra Throw in the Top of the 9th
All of the Above (36 votes)
Great Throw (138 votes)
Greatest Throw (24 votes)
Can't it be Both? (33 votes)
Meh, I've seen better at a Little League game (TB option) (9 votes)
240 total votes