The Blue Jays' offence put up 14 runs on Monday night and they also added a couple defensive plays to the highlight reel.
As Toronto pounded Seattle, they scored nine runs in 2 2/3 innings chasing against Canadian starter James Paxton, Jose Bautista and Dalton Pompey compounded the Mariners' misery with a pair of incredible grabs in the outfield.
In the second inning Austin Jackson sent a line drive to right field, forcing Bautista to make a fine diving catch running to his right.
Three innings later with the Blue Jays now up 10-1, Pompey reeled in a fly ball off the bat of Dustin Ackley at the warning track in deep centre, showing off his impressive range.
That was one hell of a catch by the hometown boy, Dalton Pompey, who lays out headlong to the warning track to rob Ackley of extra bases.
— Brendan Kennedy (@BKennedyStar) September 23, 2014
Bautista also hit his 35th home run of the season in the rout. It was his 203rd with the Blue Jays, moving him into a tie with Joe Carter for third in franchise history.