Game 28 vs. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim


Toronto Blue Jays @ Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

Sat, May 5th, 2012 9:05 PM @ Angels Stadium of Anaheim

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Buck Blunder 1 - Buck Martinez again mixing up a fastball and a off-speed pitch for Kyle Drabek. When will he get it right. (Contributed by @coolhead2010)

Buck Blunder 2 - Buck Martinez again called Mark Trumbo the AL Rookie of the Year last year. Hello… Jeremy Hellickson!!!!

Buck Blunder 3 - Buck Martinez should never do cross sport promos or mention them because he called Nate Diaz, Nick Diaz. (Contributed by @CanuckAssassin and @_JCho)

Buck Blunder 4 - When Jamie Campbell was talking about the Texas/Indians games, he said Joe Smith got the win, but he later said he got the loss.

Buck Blunder 5 - Buck Martinez said “Davison” struck out when it was Rajai Davis. (Contributed by @kjo19)

Buck Blunder 6 - Buck Martinez said that the Angels were leading 1-0, but later corrected himself and said that it was 2-1. (Contributed by @WalruswildChild)

Buck Blunder 7 - At the end of the top of the 6th, Buck Martinez said that the Blue Jays leave two 1 out walks on base, when really JP Arencibia had a Lead of Walk (LOW). (Contributed by @yleviticus and @yleviticus)

Buck Blunder 8 - Buck Martinez said the Blue Jays were down by 4, but the game was only 5-2. He must have known the Angels were going to score another run cause they did in the bottom of the 6th to make it 6-2. (Contributed by @Epresement9 and @WalruswildChild)

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