A First In History By Momma Gouche

While the eyes and ears of hockey fans were focused ,south of the border, on the run for the Stanley Cup, history was made, north of the border, in Toronto.  It took 18 innings and five hours and 28 minutes for the Toronto Blue Jays to best the New York Yankees. This will go down as the longest game in the Jays’ history. How fitting to occur on the 51st birthday of manager, John Gibson. And what a thrill for Rajai Davis, who came into the game as a replacement in the eighth inning, to hit home Emilio Bonafacio for the 4-3  win.


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