Just when you think you’ve got things sort of figured out, baseball is ready to humble you. After three miserable losses to Atlanta, with their best player in 2017 out suspended, an injury fill-in hitting cleanup who had an OPS of .345 in AAA (yes, OPS, not batting average)…well, you’d think it was going to be a tough night for the Blue Jays. But no, the baseball deities had some tricks up their sleeves.
Consider the following things that happened tonight
- Darrell Ceciliani, he of the .145/.188/.158 AAA slash line, doubled to drive in two runs in the 1st and scored on a double by Chris Coghlan (he of the .176/.259/.255 line) to stake the Jays to a 3-0 lead
- Darrell Ceciliani (again, he of the .145/.188/.158 AAA line) smashed a two run home run two innings later to make it 6-0.
- In the course of hitting the above home run, Ceciliani partially dislocated by shoulder, which just might be the most 2017 …
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