Here's our quick breakdown, broken into its component parts:
-The Jays winning their third walkoff of the year before they even open the lid on the Dome.
-Rod Barajas cranking out two homers, and having one of the best freakouts on the umpire after taking a called strike three that was three inches below his knees.
-Alex Rios going four for six with two RsBI and looking infinitely better (and as Alan Ashby pointed out, much more quiet) at the plate.
-José Bautista getting four hits and scoring twice. Jo-Bau!
-Jason Frasor, continuing to be awesome with his new changeup. Chalk up two more scoreless innings for the guy who was once the forgotten man in the pen.
-Cito working his seemingly dubious magic and leaving Kevin Millar in against
-The Beej. Oh, the Beej. Four appearances, two saves, two blown. Maybe it's not time to relax about him.
-Aaron Hill's error to extend the ninth, allowing the Rangers to come back.
-Seeing Travis Snider bunt. Every time Snider squares around to bunt, a little part of us dies inside.
-The empty park, apparently abandoned by fans who had better things to do on a Wednesday night than stick around for a walkoff win.
Don't look know, but it's time to start scoreboard watching
The Jays are still on top of the AL East, but the Red Sox (seven straight wins) and the Yankees (three straight) now sit a game and a half back.