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Web Catch: Crazy play strikes ALDS, briefly giving Texas a lead

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Crazy plays happen in sports all of the time. But there might not have been a more important time for something like this to happen.

In the top of the seventh inning with a runner at third base in a tied Game 5 of the American League Divisional Series, one of the craziest plays ever seen in baseball occurred, giving Texas a lead.

After huddling together, the umpires ruled the run counts.

The ruling was not a popular one in Toronto as fans began to litter the field at Rogers Center with trash.

Here is the Twitter reaction:

As it turns out the Blue Jays were able to come back, to win the game 6-3 and win the series 3-2.

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