clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Vote For The SB Nation Blue Jays Defensive Play of 2015

Not campaigning, just love the picture.
Not campaigning, just love the picture.
Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

This is where it gets tough, trying to limit us to a half dozen (or so) great Blue Jays defensive plays isn't easy. We could easily show 20 Kevin Pillar catches and I wouldn't be able to tell you which one is best.

1. Let's start with a very pretty double play turned by Ryan Goins and Troy Tulowitzki in Game 1 of the ALCS.

2. Jose Bautista throw and Josh Donaldson's tag. Great at both ends.

3. Josh Donaldson dives into the stands. This was a 0-0 game in the 8th.

4. Ben Revere in ALCS Game 6. The throw was pretty good too.

5. Kevin Pillar in ALCS Game 3.

6. Kevin Pillar climbs the wall.

7. Kevin Pillar coming in on a ball ALDS Game 5.

8. Troy Tulowitski jump throw.

9. Ryan Goins. Honestly there are 75 great Goins players, I'm picking this one as representative of his body of work.

10. Colabello unassisted double play, ALDS Game 2.