Game 51 vs. Baltimore Orioles

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Baltimore Orioles @ Toronto Blue Jays

Wed, May 30th, 2012 7:07 PM @ Rogers Centre

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Buck Blunder 1 - I think every time Jason Hammel pitches against the Blue Jays, it is safe to say there is going to be at least 1 Buck Blunder on the night cause Buck Martinez will definitely call him Jason Hamels. (Contributed by @JackCox and @SlimCliffy)

Buck Blunder 2 - Buck Martinez said that Edwin Encarnacion hit his 16th homerun, when it was his 17th. (Contributed by @thebradee)

Buck Blunder 3 - Buck Martinez thought that all teams that were A ball and up had only 22-23 players, but each of those teams have a 25 man roster. (Contributed by @GuzmansJhercurl)

Buck Blunder 4 - On Colby Rasmus’ homerun, Buck Martinez said that he left the building, but really, he hit it over the fence :) Even saying out of the ball park is sorta wrong, unless you really hit it out of Roger Centre a la Jose Bautista’s crazy foul ball that went out. (Contributed by @gideonturk and @_JCho)

Buck Blunder 5 - Buck Martinez said that John was OK, when referencing to Adam Jones after he got hit in the wrist. (Contributed by @GenCassista)

Buck Blunder 6 - Buck Martinez started naming possible injuries to Brandon Morrow, but was wrong on all guesses. Not even close. (Contributed by @MichaelFroggett)

Buck Blunder 7 - A nice grammer Blunder here. “Adam Jones’ 20 game hit streak is on-line”. I think he meant, on the line. (Contributed by @Sikorkasaurus)

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