Former Blue Jay scores Two millionth Operate in MLB history

A former Toronto Blue Jays participant made MLB history.

Former Blue Jay scores Two millionth Operate in MLB history

Josh Donaldson of this Minnesota Twins scored both millionth streak in baseball history through Saturday afternoon's game against the Kansas City Royals.

The run, affirmed since the historical tally by Major League Baseball's communications section, spanned at the bottom of the first inning if Donaldson scored from second on a ground-rule dual by Nelson Cruz.

Together with Kansas City right-hander Ervin Santana pitching, Cruz lofted a top pop-up the right-field lineup which landed in fair territory and slid into the stands.

Donaldson, who played for the Cleveland Indians, Atlanta Braves and Oakland Athletics, scored and exchanged the standard degree of bash together with his teammates, seemingly unaware he'd scored run No. 2,000,000.

The one millionth streak in baseball history has been scored by Bob Watson of the Houston Astros on May 4, 1975.

Watson jogged to teammates and third shouted at him to sprint toward home plate.

That hustle was significant because Dave Concepcion of the Cincinnati Reds had homered and had been rushing around the bases simply to cross over the plate several minutes after than Watson.

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