Game 16 vs. Kansas City Royals


Toronto Blue Jays @ Kansas City Royals

Mon, April 23rd, 2012 8:10 PM @ Kauffman Stadium

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Buck Blunder 1 - Buck Martinez mentioned that Colby Rasmus was back in the lineup. He was in the lineup on Sunday. Maybe he was thinking of Kelly Johnson. (Contributed by @jordangeville)

Buck Blunder 2 - Buck Martinez said that Hosmer, Moustakas and Gordon were all first overall picks. I think he meant picks in the first round cause none of those guys were first overall picks in their respective drafts. (Contributed by @neocec)

Buck Blunder 3 - Buck Martinez said that Brett Lawrie got his first big league hit off Colby Lewis. Then he promptly changed it to Tommy Hunter. (Contributed by @GuzmansJhercurl)

Buck Blunder 4 - Buck Martinez said that the Blue Jays had 5 multiple run innings this game. I think he meant this series. (Contributed by @GenCassista and @JaysDome)

Buck Blunder 5 - Buck Martinez jumped the gun by saying the the Blue Jays were tied with the New York Yankees after they showed them beating the Rangers. The Blue Jays had not won the game yet so the Yankees would have been a half a game up. (Contributed by @DavespeedOcho4 and @King_Lime)

Buck Blunder 6 - In the top of the 9th, Buck Martinez said that Rajai Davis did a 360 as he broke for 2nd and decided to go back to 1st. I think he did a 180 instead of a 360. (Contributed by @t_jokinen and @ryanquanz)

Buck Blunder 7 - Buck Martinez said the score was 3-1 in the bottom of the 9th. He forgot Lawrie scored in the Top of the 9th, making the score 4-1. (Contributed by @TL_Jaysblog)

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