Posts Tagged: Jason Frasor

Game 50 vs. Baltimore Orioles

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Baltimore Orioles @ Toronto Blue Jays

Tue, May 29th, 2012 7:07 PM @ Rogers Centre

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Buck Blunder 1 - Buck Martinez stated that on Adam Jones’ HR, the ball was hit off the end of the bat when it was a rocket line drive. (Contributed by @IsaacBlueJays)

Buck Blunder 2 - Meet our new skipper.. Tom Farrell. (Contributed by @Sikorkasaurus)

Buck Blunder 3 - Buck Martinez said that Mark Reynolds was playing 3b today, when he is playing 1B. (Contributed by @realAngelow and @ScottShallow4)

Buck Blunder 4 - When talking about Matt Weiters struggles at the plate, Buck Martinez referred Wieters as the pitcher. (Contributed by @LacrosseBoss)

Buck Blunder 5 - Never gets old as Buck Martinez calls a fast ball an off-speed pitch. I’m surprised my Buck Blunder followers have such attention to detail on the radar guns. (Contributed by @Margie2115)

Buck Blunder 6 - Buck Martinez said that Paul Konerko was leading in 2 of the 3 triple crown stats. He later corrected himself and said it was Josh Hamilton. (Contributed by @Margie2115 and Emailer/Commenter: Andrew D.)

Buck Blunder 7 - Buck Martinez said that there was no-body out after Brett Lawrie’s double that made the score 4-1, when there was 1 out. (Contributed by @Amelia_C_87, @kantianallstar, @KamakaziKid, and @chadsterq)

Buck Blunder 8 - Brett Hutchison? At least he didn’t say Brett Hutchinson. (Contributed by @AlanClough)

Buck Blunder 9 - When Colby Rasmus was up with 2 outs, Buck Martinez thought they were going to intentionally walk him to set up a double play. A double play on 2 outs? (Contributed by @Saboothatswho, @Amelia_C_87, @MichaelStanier, @jaysfan2012, @ShakeelSalamath, @Arock1234, @JasonMcAmmond, and Emailer/Commenter: Andrew D.)

Buck Blunder 10 - This is a good old Buck Blunder. Jason Frasier.. (Contributed by @tpop7)


Game 32 vs. Minnesota Twins

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Toronto Blue Jays @ Minnesota Twins

Thu, May 10th, 2012 8:10 PM @ Target Field

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Buck Blunder 1 - Buck Martinez was reading some stats about Edwin Encarnacion and his FB%. He said that April he had 65% and in May it was 76%, but he said that he’s getting less FB in May than April.. HELLO!!! (Contributed by @jacobsd)

Buck Blunder 2 - Buck Martinez said that Kelly Johnson went to talk to Colby about how Colby throws. I think he meant the Twins pitcher Jason Marquis. (Contributed by @jordangeville)

Buck Blunder 3 - Buck Martinez said that the Blue Jays were leading 5-3. The score never occurred in this game. I think he meant 5-0 Blue Jays. (Contributed by @jaysfan652, @SandyMacLeod, @TrueNorth32, @BlueJay12_SVK, @JBritt69, @PATSandJAYS, @DavespeedOcho4, and @BlueJays_Giants)

Buck Blunder 4 - Here’s an old Buck Blunder. He calls Rafael Soriano, Alfonso Soriano. (Contributed by @JackCox, @BlueJay12_SVK, @Triples_Alley, and @AHume92)

Buck Blunder 5 - Buck Martinez is bring back all his old Buck Blunders like it was a retro day. He called Carlos Pena, Carlos Perez twice! (Contributed by @PdashOW, @mattyjames1, @JackCox, @coolhead2010, @ShakeelSalamath, @BPedron, @MattDenney20, @AHume92, @harrisonperry, and @FreakyMrRyder)

Buck Blunder 6 - The name blunders keep coming. Denard Span is now Denard Spawn. Comic book character? (Contributed by @avesprini, @Larry_Marsh, @AHume92, @jordangeville, @PATSandJAYS, @FreakyMrRyder, @Epresement9, @coolhead2010, @Arock1234, and @cbkeller)

Buck Blunder 7 - And… here’s another name blunder. Josh Willington (Willingham) hits a solo Homerun. That sounds British… (Contributed by @The_Road_Guy, @Arock1234, @PATSandJAYS, and @_skennedy)

Buck Blunder 8 - Colby Rasmus starts the 7th with a Lead Off Walk (LOW).. Excuse me the 8th. (Contributed by @GuzmansJhercurl and @BlueJay12_SVK)

Buck Blunder 9 - When talking about JP Arencibia, he said that he hit a homer in the 7th inning in last night’s ball game, but later changed it to afternoon.

Buck Blunder 10 - Buck Martinez said that the Blue Jays like to run on good hitter counts. This was when Adam Lind had a 1-2 count. (Contributed by @Arock1234 and @BlueJay12_SVK)

Buck Blunder 11 - Buck Martinez said that Kelly Johnson ended the 8th, when it was the top of the 8th. (Contributed by @chadsterq)

Buck Blunder 12 - Buck Martinez said that Luis Perez was making his 12th appearance, when right now it is his 13th.

Buck Blunder 13 - Buck Martinez said Jason Frasor comes on for Luis Perez. Then he later calls Frasor, Perez :p (Contributed by @Arock1234 and @BlueJay12_SVK)

Buck Blunder 14 - Why not have another name blunder. This time it’s Trevor Plouffe, Trever Poof! (Contributed by @JackCox and @Arock1234)


Game 117 vs. Oakland Athletics

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Oakland Athletics @ Toronto Blue Jays

Thu, August 11th, 2011 7:05 PM @ Rogers Centre

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Buck Blunder 1 – Buck Martinez claimed that 9 players who were on the opening day roster are currently not on this team, either in the minors or out of the organization. I looked back and there are 10 which are: Jason Nix (DFA – Las Vegas 51s), Travis Snider (Minors – Las Vegas 51s), Mike McCoy (Minors – Las Vegas 51s), Juan Rivera (DFA – LA Dodgers), Jo-Jo Reyes (DFA – Baltimore Orioles), Kyle Drebek (Minors – Las Vegas 51s), Carlos Villanueva (15 day DL), Marc Rzepcynski (Trade – St. Louis Cardinals), Jason Frasor (Trade – Chicago White Sox), David Purcey (DFA – Oakland A’s -> Detroit Tigers -> Toledo Mud Hens). If you are wondering, Octavio Dotel was on the DL and Corey Patterson came up during the Seattle Mariners Series in April.

Buck Blunder 2 – Buck Martinez said the game was 6-4 in favour of the A’s, but it was actually 6-2.

Buck Blunder 3 – Buck Martinez mentioned that David DeJesus and Jemile Weeks both had the day off but DeJesus was in the lineup. (Contributed by @ShakeelSalamath)

Buck Blunder 4 – Buck Martinez said Brett Lawrie’s walk was a 2-out walk when it was only 1. (Contributed by @Jays_GiantsFan)


Capital ‘C’ Closer? Will one emerge this year and for years to come?

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When will the Toronto Blue Jays have their Capital 'C' Closer?

When will the Toronto Blue Jays have their Capital 'C' Closer?

Well, well.. We’re finally at the so called mid point of the 2011 season and the Blue Jays have had a roller coaster ride in the first half with their bullpen. Coming into the season, many of you probably thought that our bullpen would be even better than last year. With all the veteran arms that we signed and traded for (Rauch, Dotel, Francisco) the Blue Jays had a blueprint to help the young arms in the starting rotation… Boy were we wrong.

Last year, we had to hold our breath whenever Bizzaro Clark Kent, Kevin Gregg came into the 9th to try and close out a 3, 2 or 1 run lead. No Blue Jays lead seemed safe last year, but if you compare the numbers from last year to this year, you might be a bit surprised. According to Baseball References, Kevin Gregg only blew 6 saves last year and 4 before the All-Star break. The Blue Jays this year have combined 15 blown saves (4 – Francisco, 3 – Rauch, 3 – Rzepczynski, 2 – Perez, 2 – Frasor, 1 – Camp), which is 1 less than the Blue Jays had all of last season (6 – Gregg, 4 – Frasor, 2 – Tallet, 2 – Camp, 2 – Downs). So to think of it, does this mean that Gregg wasn’t as bad as we thought? Sorry, i don’t think so.. He was bad last year. It’s just that this year’s core is making him look good. As Bob McCowan would say, he would fit perfectly with this group.

But let’s not talk too much about Gregg since he’s in the past. What do we do about this year’s group? We all know that Frank Francisco was dubbed the closer when we got him from Texas for slugger Mike Napoli. After starting on the DL at the beginning of the season, Francisco has looked nothing like the closer he was in 2009. Maybe he hasn’t been the same after the throwing chair incident. So if he’s so bad, why do the Blue Jays give him chance after chance? Because he has good stuff? Because he’s been an elite closer in the past? That’s just bull. But John Farrell’s hands are pretty tied right now. Other than Francisco, Rauch and Dotel haven’t had much success with the closer role. Dotel hasn’t blown a save, but you can’t put him in there if a lefty is up, cause he gets creamed by lefties. Rauch has been a little more reliable because he doesn’t walk many batters, but he still give up a ton of fly balls, which some go out of the park. So what do the Blue Jays do to salvage this season?

Some people have been saying we should move these pitchers or DFA them, but to be honest, that is not going to happen. 5 of the relief pitchers are Type-B free agents after this year. If you are unfamiliar with what a Type-B Free Agent means, there are Elias Rankings for different positions and both leagues for every player in the MLB. The rankings determine whether players are either a Type-A or Type-B in the player’s positions like (C, 2B/3B/SS, 1B/DH/OF, SP and RP). So at the end of the year, players who are free-agents who are given arbitration by their original team, but decline and are signed by other team, the original team receive draft picks for next year’s draft. Type-A free agents score 1 first round pick (unless the team is a bottom 15 team based on record, then a team receives a 2nd round pick, or if a team signed a Type-A player with a higher score, then the team will get a 2nd round pick, or 3rd round pick depending on how many Type-A free agents they sign) and a sandwich pick (a pick between the first and second round). If you want an example of this, remember when the New York Yankees signed A.J. Burnett, Mark Teixeria, and CC Sabathia and the Blue Jays only got a 3rd round pick out of that cause CC and Mark were higher Type-A FA? Yeah, the Blue Jays got royally screwed on that.

So back to my point after that little education. Type-B free agents will net a team with one sandwich pick. Last year, the Blue Jays netted 4 sandwich picks (Scott Downs (A), Kevin Gregg (B), Miguel Olivo (B), John Buck (B)) and we all know that AA loves the fact that he can add as much young talent as he can to his farm. This year is no different. I’m sure AA is salivating that he could potentially get 5 sandwich picks out of Francisco, Dotel, Rauch, Camp, and Frasor (though Frasor is on the bubble of being a Type-A and if he is, he won’t decline arbitration cause no one will give up their own top pick for him). AA would only trade these guys if the player was a top prospect (higher than a sandwich pick) or a player who would net him a Type-A free agent. Remember how last year he tried to trade Downs and Frasor who were both Type-A FA at the end of the season and no one wanted to give him the talent he demanded? I’m sure this is going to be the same this year, so don’t expect any movement in the pen.

So with that being said, we will probably have to live with this shaky bullpen for the remainder of the season. Maybe we throw some one else out there besides Rauch and Francisco. Maybe Frasor should get another stab at the closer role as he has been a little more consistent than these two or what about Casey Janssen? Before he got hurt, he was very good against lefties and righties and has the best ERA and WHIP amongst the relievers. I say the Blue Jays should go with either the matchups and the hot arm. At this point in time, there is no Capital ‘C’ closer as no one seems to really want to take the role and run with it, like Gregg did last year (Frasor was the closer at the beginning of the season, but was ousted when Gregg dominated the first couple months).

But what about the future? Who should be our Capital ‘C’ closer??? With probably 5 relievers leaving this team cause of their Type-B status, the bullpen looks to have an overhaul and room for 5 relievers to come in and help this team out, which means, we could have a closer within the system. When was the last time the Blue Jays had a closer that was home grown? Billy Koch you say? Actually that’s not correct. In 2002, Kelvim Escobar saved 38 games and he was a Toronto draft pick, though he was a converted starting pitcher that year. Besides the point, we haven’t had a home grown closer since 2002, nor have we had a closer pitch full consecutive season since Billy Koch (1999-2001). So who can we throw in the fire for next year and years to come as the Blue Jays will contend for the World Series title? Three names come into mind…

Zach StewartZach Stewart – We saw this young stud for a few starts in June and he had some great stuff. His game isn’t about power, but he had some great movement on his pitches that could be useful in closing games out. Although he is starting in New Hampshire, the Blue Jays have a lot of Starting Pitching, which could move Stewart in the pen just like Purcey and Rzepcynski. People have been saying he could close, so maybe we’ll see him there next year… or maybe this guy…

Henderson AlverezHenderson Alverez – This guy has been on fire this year. His stuff and power pitching is the opposite of Stewart. Sal Fasano has said that he is averaging 95-96 mph on his fastball and has topped the gun at 101!!! That’s Alrodis Chapman area. I would love to see a hard throwing pitcher close games out like the Papelbon and Marmol, striking out guys left, right and center, but let’s hope he has some off speed pitchers, or it could be another Billy Koch, who threw hard, but didn’t have a changeup slow enough to offset the batter’s timing, ultimately making him very predictable and fizzling. He could very well be the closer of the future, but probably not next year. Hopefully we can see a glimpse of him this year when the rosters expand to 40 in September… Or finally…

Dustin McGowanDustin McGowan – The dark horse of this bunch, McGowan has been nothing but unlucky for his MLB career. Having had Tommy John surgery, than a shoulder surgery, than a minor knee surgery, this guy just needs to get healthy so he can help this ball club. McGowan has been preparing himself as a starting pitcher in rehab, but I think he could be a closer or setup man in the future. He has the stuff to be a closer, but can he transition to that relief role, because some pitchers can’t do that as they are so use to pitching every 5 days and getting into their routine as oppose to being a relief pitcher and not knowing when you’ll pitch. I’d love to see McGowan just come back to the mound for the Blue Jays and make an incredible come back like Chris Carpenter. We’ll see. We miss the long sideburns, though Cecil is sporting that look now.. Stealing his thunder :p

They say that the best closers are starting pitchers who fail and get converted to being a relief pitcher. We’ve seen this before from Mariano Rivera, Jonathan Papelbon, Eric Gagne, Tom Heinke, etc… So why not have this happen for the Blue Jays. It can’t get any worse than that 4 run lead destruction last Thursday against the Cleveland Indians. If you have any other suggestions or comments, let me know below in the comment box. I’d like to hear your thoughts on what the Blue Jays should do and who maybe be the next closer of the Blue Jays’ future!


Game 86 vs. Boston Red Sox

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Toronto Blue Jays @ Boston Red Sox

Mon, July 4th, 2011 1:35 PM @ Fenway Park

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Buck Blunder 1 – Raj-EYE Davis???? It appears he calls himself Raj-eh Davis :p (Contributed by @jordangeville)

Buck Blunder 2 – A flashback of yesterday’s game was shown and Buck Martinez said that Rajai Davis was leading off yesterday and did damage. He didn’t lead off that game in the starting lineup. He did lead off the inning where he got the triple, but Buck made it sound like he was the lead off hitter in the game.

Buck Blunder 3 – Buck Martinez made the same mistake again saying that Adrian Gonzalez signed with the Red Sox as a free agent, but later changed it to a trade.

Buck Blunder 4 – In the bottom of the 4th, David Ortiz hit a ground ball and a force out was made at 2nd base. Buck Martinez said David Ortiz was put out for the 3rd out.

Buck Blunder 5 – When talking about the New Hampshire Fishercats and how they will face Bryce “i kiss to pitchers after a homerun” Harper, he was telling the fans about his stats, he said that he did it in Double A, but he just got promoted to Double A… (Contributed by @craiger1989)

Buck Blunder 6 – When Travis Snider hits his 3rd double of the game, Buck Martinez says that he hit it to “left.. i mean right field”…

Buck Blunder 7 – Jose Bautista got over 7 billion votes??? WOW.. did everyone in the world vote for this guy Buck Martinez? 7.4 million is better…. (Contributed by @k_willms)

Buck Blunder 8 – During an at bat for Edwin Encarnacion, there was a pitch Buck called “Way Inside”, but the umpire called it a strike :p WHOOPS! (Contributed by @sporkless and @patmccaw)

Buck Blunder 9 – Yet another Rogers Field sighting :p (Contributed by @ShakeelSalamath, @spcock, @BlueJaysRant, and @alittlehghas)

Buck Blunder 10 – When calling for a Jays Connected Update, Buck Martinez called for a “Jaime Connected Update”. (Contributed by @_skennedy)

Buck Blunder 11 – When talking about Jason Frasor’s appearances as a Blue Jays, he said that Tom Heinke was the all time leader, when it was Duane Ward. He corrected himself and apologized to Duane Ward :p


Game 68 vs. Baltimore Orioles

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Baltimore Orioles @ Toronto Blue Jays

Tue, June 14th, 2011 7:05 PM @ Rogers Centre

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Buck Blunder 1 – Still calling Brian Roberts Ryan Roberts

Buck Blunder 2 – Buck Martinez says the score wrong.. He said it was 5-3 when it was 4-1 Blue Jays. (Contributed by @k_willms)

Buck Blunder 3 – Buck Martinez tries to extend the series against Baltimore to Saturday.. Well he has a good point since we’ve crushed the Orioles. (Contributed by @GuzmansJhercurl)

Buck Blunder 4 – When Corey Patterson came up to face Mike Gonzalez, Buck Martinez said he was 1-4 against him, then said he was 1-8.

Buck Blunder 5 – Buck Martinez was talking about how Jason Frasor has passed Dave Steib for 3rd most appearances by a pitcher. He was going to say Circle of Excellence, but corrected himself and said level of excellence.

Buck Blunder 6 – Adams Jones is hitless tonight… ADAMS?!?!?!? (Contributed by @_skennedy)


Game 58 vs. Baltimore Orioles

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Toronto Blue Jays @ Baltimore Orioles

Fri, June 3rd, 2011 7:05 PM @ Oriole Park at Camden Yards

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Buck Blunder 1 – During the beginning of the game, Buck Martinez’s mic wasn’t working… Buck Blunders did not sabotage his mic :p We want him to talk and bring on the blunders. (Contributed by @gabrielle_teece, @tonyexhibitx, @bizarrojamie, and @jaysfan652)

Buck Blunder 2 – I have a feeling that Buck Martinez has given up on saying “Encarnacion” correctly.. Now he’s calling him Edward Encarnacion! (Contributed by @JaysDome and @iainsut)

Buck Blunder 3 – So apparently, Jose Bautista has a lot of votes… 1.2 million billions of dollars worth! Wooo.. that’s a lot of votes… and money.. wish i had that kinda dough… I would do a Buck Martinez hair piece promo giveaway for every home game. (Contributed by @tonyexhibitx and @rallycap_andy)

Buck Blunder 4 – Buck Martinez sure knows his old pitching coach.. Mike.. I mean Mark Connors.. Way to go Buck! (Contributed by @iainsut)

Buck Blunder 5 – Apparently Buck Martinez doesn’t know the difference between the number 1 overall pick and a first round pick. Mixed them up when talking about the June 6th draft… I wonder if we’ll draft Josh Bell and give him mega bucks! (Contributed by @craiger1989)

Buck Blunder 6 – When J.P. Arencibia was up to bat in the top of the 5th, he had a 1-1 count on him. He swung and fouled the ball back, but Buck said that J.P. had a 1-2 count :p (Contributed by @slew37)

Buck Blunder 7 – When talking about Brian Roberts, Buck Martinez said that he had Post Concussion Syndrome, but I believe he had Post Concussion Symptoms. (Contributed by @McCarthy6)

Buck Blunder 8 – Buck Martinez called a 75mph thrown pitch a fastball… Maybe in a rec league… but not for Los Del V (see @wilnerness590 for that reference). (Contributed by @dmfromtoronto)

Buck Blunder 9 – When Buck Martinez was talking about what’s on Sportsnet tonight, he mentioned the Angels were in Los Angeles to take on the Yankees. He didn’t mention that the Angels were at home so it kinda sounded like the Angels were going to Los Angeles to face the home team Yankees. (Contributed by @gomego11)

Buck Blunder 10 – In the bottom of the 6th, Buck Martinez calls Luke Scott, Aaron Scott.

Buck Blunder 11 – Buck Martinez screws up Juan Rivera’s name… Ron Wivera… Lovely! (Contributed by @77hendriks)

Buck Blunder 12 – We have another Justin Frasor sighting!!! (Contributed by @JAYSandPATS)

Buck Blunder 13 – In the top of the ninth, I think Buck Martinez had Jose Bautista on his mind, but he blurted out a Jose Davis reference! Too bad Jose Davis wasn’t batting or doing something, cause that’s the cue for Rajai Davis to go nuts! (Contributed by @BlueJaysChirps)

Buck Blunder 14 – When J.P. Arencibia hit the grand slam homerun, Buck Martinez said Felix Pierre was running back.. You mean Pie (Pee-ay), not Juan Pierre. Video evidence proves contributor @dmfromtoronto got that Buck Blunder right!


Game 32 vs. Detroit Tigers

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Detroit Tigers @ Toronto Blue Jays

Fri, May 6th, 2011 7:05 PM @ Rogers Centre

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Buck Blunder 1 – Buck Martinez had a hard time saying “Pujols”… More like “Pull-holes” :p. (Contributed by @leluso)

Buck Blunder 2 – Buck Martinez also seems to have a hard time spitting out the “sp” sounds as he says pacific inning, instead of specific inning. (Contributed by @_skennedy)

Buck Blunder 3 – In the bottom of the 7th, Buck Martinez says that Frasor made a good throw to Escobar, but really it wasn’t that good :p (Contributed by @sporkless)

Buck Blunder 4 – In the bottom of the 9th, Buck Martinez says Alan Ashby was a left handed hitter, but he was a switch hitter.


Game 30 vs. Tampa Bay Rays

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Toronto Blue Jays @ Tampa Bay Rays

Wed, May 4th, 2011 6:40 PM @ Tropicana Field

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Buck Blunder 1 – In the bottom of the 6th inning, Ben Zobrist dived into 3rd base to beat Rajai Davis’ throw from Right Field. Buck Martinez said it was Yunel Escobar that applied the tag. (Contributed by @Shmu66, @craigrwc, and @sporkless)

Buck Blunder 2 – In the bottom of the 7th, with 1 out and Jason Frasor comes in, Buck Martinez said it was 2 outs. The Sportsnet scoreboard was wrong for a long time, which probably prompted him to say 2 outs.


Game 25 vs. Texas Rangers

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Toronto Blue Jays @ Texas Rangers

Thu, April 28th, 2011 2:05 PM @ Rangers Ballpark in Arlington

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Too bad this game was in the afternoon, I’m sure more Buck Blunders would have been found.


Buck Blunder 1 – In the bottom of the 7th, when Jason Frasor relieves Marc Rzepcynski, Buck Martinez mentions that Jason Frasor needs two outs to get the inning, but he only needed one. (Contributed by @gomego11)

Buck Blunder 2 – In the top of the 9th, Buck Martinez calls Neftali Feliz, Pedro Feliz. (Contributed by @JaysRamblings and @lindleyandrew)