Harold Reynolds says Canadians can’t catch, Larry Walker disagrees

Monday October 12th, 2015

The Rangers-Blue Jays series moved to Texas on Sunday night and Fox Sports analyst Harold Reynolds feels that he has noticed a surge in athletic ability in the fans since returning to the United States.

The former player theorizes that the Blue Jays fans had a hard time grabbing foul balls because baseball is not as popular among the youth of Canada.

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Former NL MVP and proud Canadian Larry Walker let his Twitter followers know that he felt pretty confident in his catching skills.

Non-Gold Glove winning Canadians were also unhappy with Reynolds comments, according to the Toronto Star.

The Blue Jays also represented Canada well in the game, winning 5-1 to extend the series with Texas.

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