Edwin Encarnacion had never hit a postseason home run before so he figured he might as well make it a good one. Bottom of the sixth inning, the Toronto Blue Jays standout made it the best one he’s hit yet – crushing a ball off of Cole Hamels to the third deck to tie up the game at two all.
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That’s one way to wake up the crowd. It seems safe to say that things are getting pretty exciting in Toronto right about now. Playoff baseball continues to be the best.
This is also a pretty fun stat:
Encarnacion also became the first batter to hit a game-tying home run in the 6th inning or later since Jason Varitek in 2003. #TheMoreYouKnow