The Toronto Blue Jays swept away the Tampa Bay Rays on Sunday, moving closer to an American League East title. The game-winner on Sunday was a walk-off home run by MVP candidate Josh Donaldson, after which outfielder Ben Revere got a little overwhelmed during the celebration.
You had one job, Ben Revere. pic.twitter.com/6QcfqXfz1B
— Cut4 (@Cut4) September 28, 2015
Revere tried to dump a cooler of water on the celebrating pile, but the 5'9, 170-pound outfielder lost control of his freight on the way up, and ended up dumping most of the water on himself.
But it's just water under the bridge for the red-hot Jays, who improved to 45-19 since the All-Star break. As for Donaldson, the home run was his 41st of the season, and a milestone in its own right.
#BlueJays Josh Donaldson is the first player with 3 walk-off Home Runs in back-to-back seasons since Roy Sievers in 1957 & 1958— Sportsnet Stats (@SNstats) September 27, 2015