2015 ALDS Game 5 – Rangers vs. Blue Jays (Jose Bautista Bat Flip game!)


TEX AT TOR – October 14, 2015

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  1. I'm going to start a poll:

    Biggest home run –

    Carter in 1993, or the Bautista bat flip home run in this game.

    My vote goes to the Bautista bat flip home run in this game

    What say you?

  2. I'm going to make a call: I'm going to call this the greatest game in MLB post season history! Hit the like button if you agree.

  3. What a seventh inning. Just so much emotion and tempers flaring and the Rangers not being able to operate even a routine play. Look, I get that the audience didn't get the two "controversial" calls to go their way (even though neither was really disputable), but the audience needs to keep their emotions in check as much as the players do. Stop throwing beer bottles and enjoy the game. And then there's the issue with Encarnacion trying to calm down the audience and causing a brawl in the process. I get it, he was trying to do the right thing, he just chose the wrong time to do it. And then on top of that, there was one of the most memorable moments in Jose Bautista's career. That seventh inning will always be known for The Bat Flip, not the stuff that led up to it and maybe that's for the best.

  4. 10:18-Fielder’s RBI Single (1-0 Rangers)
    50:54-Choo’s Solo Home Run (2-0 Rangers)
    1:07:24-Bautista’s RBI Double (2-1 Rangers)
    2:06:28-Edwin’s Solo Home Run (2-2 Tied)
    2:20:10-Odor Scores From Confusion Of The Batter And The Catcher (3-2 Rangers)
    2:52:28-Donaldson’s RBI Single (3-3 Tied)
    2:54:40-Bautista’s 3 Run Home Run And Amazing Bat Flip (6-3 Blue Jays)
    3:44:42-Blue Jays Win 6-3

  5. jose bautista~!!! I want to see your beautiful Batflip again. good LuckAnd I want you to hit the knockdown garbage odor once.

  6. Seeing this moment happen LIVE was something i will remember forever. Never heard a crowd so loud in all my years of watching Blue Jays baseball since Joe walked off to win the WS back in 92.

    I miss sports. I miss baseball.
    Hope everyone is staying safe.

  7. Choo did a good job cuz he back up so that his bat wasn’t out of the batters box it’s a dumb rule that plays like that are allowed but it seems like that’s come up before

  8. Greatest 7th inning ever.

    To me, Skydome sounded louder in this game than when Joe Carter hit the WS walkoff shot.

  9. It might’ve only been a 2 year rivalry, but you could see how much these two teams didn’t like each other. That’s what made this brief 2 year rivalry so much fun to watch because it was intense and there was legitimate bad blood mostly because of Game 5 Inning 7.

  10. In baseball Toronto owns Texas (2-0)
    In basketball Toronto owns Milwaukee (2-0)
    In hockey Toronto owns Ottawa (3-0)

  11. There needs to be a 30 for 30 episode on this game especially that 7th inning but knowing ESPN they probably won't do it since they hate Toronto just look at the Raptors how many times they've diss the Raptors with their silly predictions lol

  12. There's nothing like a game here at home with the jays comeback like that!! Some of the very biggest playoff historic moments in the last 30 years all include these jays i grew up watchin…can't beat it really!!


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