Rangers Pitcher Wipes Butt With Jays Rally Towel, Texas Takes 6-4 Lead In 14th Inning
Hmm, the Texas Rangers do not seem to be intimidated by the Blue Jays, or their fans.
— BarDown (@BarDown) October 9, 2015
MR. HOLLAND'S ORIFICE.
Run-scoring singles by Hanser Alberto and Delino DeShields -- the latter an infield hit -- have given the Rangers a 6-4 lead over the Blue Jays in the top of the 14th at the Rogers Centre, and it's beginning to look like Toronto is going to fall into an 0-2 hole in the American League Divisional Series.
UPDATE: It's a final, 6-4 Rangers.
So Blue Jays fans are pretty steamed over this call in the 14th that kept the Rangers rally going with two outs. Rougned Odor had reached first on an infield single, and was this close from being the third out on a pickoff attempt. He was called safe, and a replay review confirmed it -- although not to everyone's satisfaction. He later was the first run to score in a two-run inning.
— Neate Sager (@NaitSAYger) October 9, 2015
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