Top Ten Moments in Toronto Blue Jays History - Number 9

Mark Everett Kelly
BarnBurner Sports Writer

@ckmagicsports

Tuesday, March 17, 2020


While we await the start of the 2020 MLB season (whenever it occurs), I thought a look back at some historical memories to carry sports fans through would be therapeutic.

 

For the next ten days, I will uncover my perspective on the ten most memorable moments in Blue Jays history.

 

Number 9. Carlos Delgado Goes Yard Four times.

Date: September 25, 2003, Skydome.

Opponent: Tampa Bay Devil Rays 

 

In an otherwise meaningless late September game between two opponents, Carlos Delgado made team history.

 

Delgado hit his first two HR off Jorge Sosa, which included number 300 in his MLB career. His third HR came off Joe Kennedy, while his HR in the bottom of the eighth tied the game off Lance Carter.

 

 

Delgado's heroics led to a 10-8 Jays win.