Dalton Pompey – standing at third base – with nobody out. That phrase will haunt Blue Jays fans for years to come.
Today marks the fourth anniversary of the Blue Jays’ elimination from the 2015 playoffs at the hands of the Kansas City Royals. In case you forgot (or like me, you blocked that game out of your memory), the Royals won Game 6 of the ALCS 4-3 and advanced to the World Series.
I’m not sure if there’s a way to simulate that game situation, but how often would the Blue Jays at least tie that game with a runner on third base and nobody out in the top of the ninth inning? We’ll always wonder how Game 6 could have played out differently.
In the meantime, since we’re masochists around here, why not relive the trauma of that Game 6 loss? If you’d like to subject yourself to the pain of Game 6, go nuts … but here are all the highlights.
This is off to a great start for the Blue Jays. Ben Revere reaches base as the first batter of the game with a leadoff double. This hit accounted for one of seven hits by the Blue …
Author: Ian Hunter / Blue Jays Nation