It's amazing how in sports, no matter how bad a team's situation and statistics are, someone's talent can spark during a game and alleviate all the negativity for just a few moments.
For the Toronto Blue Jays, that negativity has been toward their entire 2009 season—and last night, that someone's talent was that of second baseman Aaron Hill.
In a win against the division rival Baltimore Orioles, Hill doubled in the bottom of the 11th to not only score the game-winning run but get his 100th RBI of the season as well.
Hill's game-winning hit represents a rare bright spot in the 2009 Jays season, a year that's seen the Jays only pick up 68 wins in the 151 they've played so far.
The Jays' inability to put up victories and generate excitement has shown in their huge drop in ave ...
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Article written by Dustin Pollack