Vladimir Guerrero Jr.’s Bat Causes Chaos in Blue Jays Game

It was a bizarre sight at the game between the Toronto Blue Jays and the Milwaukee Brewers. In the fourth inning, Vladimir Guerrero Jr.’s bat slipped out of his hands and got stuck in the netting above the Blue Jays’ dugout. The bat remained suspended there for a surprising two innings, creating a unique subplot to the match.

Players and fans alike were taken aback by the unexpected turn of events. Brewers starter Colin Rea mentioned being confused by the sudden cheers from the crowd. Despite initial attempts to dislodge the bat by shaking the netting and throwing balls at it, the bat remained firmly stuck.

As the game continued, with Christian Yelich also hitting a foul ball that failed to dislodge the bat, the Blue Jays had to come up with a plan to retrieve it. Mustafa “Moose” Hassan, the team’s manager of clubhouse operations, brought out a long stick with a loop at the end to finally secure the bat. With the help of Chris Bassitt, the bat was successfully freed from the netting.

After two innings of suspense, Guerrero was finally reunited with his bat, giving it a quick kiss as a sign of gratitude. The unexpected incident added a touch of humor and excitement to the game, showcasing the unpredictable nature of baseball.