Josh Donaldson scored on a sacrifice fly ... to the second baseman
Generally, sacrifice flies aren't the most exciting plays in a baseball game. The batter flies out to a deep region of the outfield, a runner tags up from third base and jogs in to score a run.
But with Josh Donaldson on third base during Wednesday's Indians-Blue Jays game, Troy Tulowitzki lifted a popup to second baseman Jason Kipnis. It's a fly ball that's usually not deep for most runners to tag and score on. But it WAS deep enough for Donaldson:
He also finished off the sequence with an excellent slide:
Conclusion: Josh Donaldson is a very good baseball player.