Game 156 vs. Boston Red Sox

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Toronto Blue Jays @ Boston Red Sox

Sun, September 22nd, 2013 1:35 PM @ Fenway Park

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Watching the game and you heard something fishy coming out of Buck Martinez’s mouth? If you think you heard a blunder come out of Buck’s mouth, please send it to us by either sending us a tweet to @buckblunders, emailing us at info@buckblunders.com, or commenting to this post. If you have visual or audio evidence, that is even better! Just make sure to submit the link to the video or audio clip and we’ll gladly add it to this post so we can laugh even harder at Buck Martinez!


Buck Blunder 1 - Buck Martinez thought Billy Hamilton was playing for the Red Sox today.. Dude plays for the Reds. (Contributed by @Triples_Alley)

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