Toronto Blue Jays starter Chris Bassitt was not happy with his first-inning performance on Sunday, so he decided to pull a Tom Brady moment in the dugout when he finally got three outs.
Brady has been seen on multiple occasions during his NFL career looking back at plays on a tablet on the sideline, and if he didn't like what he saw, the tablet paid the price with a slam.
Bassitt was seen doing the same thing following a first inning that yielded four runs for the visiting Seattle Mariners in Toronto.
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Bassitt reviewed his inning 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 it.
The right-hander stood up from his seat and started beating the tablet into the bench, while his teammates paid no mind to what was going on.
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Luckily, Bassitt's outing didn’t go further south from that moment. Instead, it looked up.
Bassitt finished the day with five innings of work, allowing only a single 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.