Saturday October 24th, 2015

Jose Bautista became the first Toronto Blue Jays player to hit two home runs in a single postseason game as he tied the game in the eighth inning with a two-run shot off Ryan Madson.

Bautista’s first home run of the night cut the Royals’ lead to 2–1 with a solo shot off Yordano Ventura.

The six-time All-Star has hit four home runs in the playoffs to set a new single postseason record for the Blue Jays.

Watch: Ben Revere robs Salvador Perez of extra bases in ALCS Game 6

Bautista also became the first player to hit a game-tying or go-ahead home run in the eighth inning or later of a Game 6 or 7 in the ALCS since Aaron Boone’s winning home run against the Boston Red Sox in 2003.

The Blue Jays hope to stave off elimination and push the series to a seventh game. The winner of the ALCS will take on the New York Mets in the World Series, which is set to begin on Tuesday.

Watch Bautista’s second home run of the night:

- Christopher Chavez

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