Cameron Seitzer gets a Hat Tip from a Big Fan

By on March 7, 2014


DUNEDIN, FLA.– Above, Tampa Bay Rays first baseman Cameron Seitzer, son of Toronro Blue Jays hitting coach Kevin Seitzer shakes hands with his teammates after their 6-3 win on Friday.  With the score 4-1 in the top of the ninth the younger Sweitzer connected on a Todd Redmond offering for a two-run homer.  As the young man was circling the bases his father was tipping his hat towards the Rays bench as he did towards his son during the post game handshake.  Seitzer was 1 for 2 with 2 RBI on the two-run homer. 

Jose Reyes got the start at short. Reyes was 0 for 2 before giving way to Munenori Kawasaki who was also 0 for 2. Kawasaki played in 96 games for the Jays last year, with 60 of them at short for the injured Reyes. Kawasaki batted .229 with a homer and 24 RBI. (Eddie Michels photo)

Kawasaki only made 5 errors in 220 chances at short in 2013 for a .977 fielding percentage. (EDDIE MICHELS/PHOTO)

Toronto closer Casey Janssen (right shoulder) throws long toss on Friday prior to the game against the Rays. “He feels fine unless he has another set back,” said manager John Gibbons, “He’ll be fine.” Jassen did not pitch today. (EDDIE MICHELS/PHOTO)

Here we go, Challenge – reply: The replay technician (left) along with first base umpire Eric Cooper (center) and home plate umpire Phil Cuzzi confer after Toronto manager John Gibbons challenged the out call at first with two down in the bottom of the ninth. The umpires out call at first stood. (EDDIE MICHELS/PHOTO)

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