Toronto Blue Jays starter Chris Bassitt wasn’t happy with his first-inning performance Sunday, so he decided to take a Tom Brady moment in the dugout when he finally got three outs.
Brady has been seen multiple times during his NFL career watching plays on a tablet on the sideline, and if you didn’t like what you saw, the tablet paid the price with a slam.
Bassitt was seen doing the same after a four-run first inning for the Seattle Mariners in Toronto.
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Bassitt reviewed his entry on a tablet in the dugout, and after seeing two walks and a hit-by-pitch that loaded the bases before a grand slam by the Mariners’ Taylor Trammell, he lost his mind.
The right-hander got up from his seat and began to bang the tablet against the bench, while his teammates paid no attention to what was happening.
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Fortunately, Bassitt’s departure did not go further south from that point on. Instead, he looked up.
Bassitt finished the day with five innings of work, allowing just one hit after the grand slam and no additional runs along the way. He ended up striking out seven and walking four.
It hasn’t been the best of starts with a new team for Bassitt, who joined the Blue Jays this offseason. He owns a 5.18 ERA after this start.
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However, the Blue Jays are enjoying a great start to the season with an 18-9 record entering Sunday.