Ezequiel Carrera

Yankees Show Signs Of Celebration Hangover In Loss To Blue Jays

Jose Bautista gave Blue Jays fans something to cheer for in the final home game of a disappointing season.

Bautista had two hits and a walk in what was likely his last home appearance for Toronto, leaving to a standing ovation during the ninth inning of a 9-5 win over the New York Yankees on Sunday.

"A lot of good emotions," a teary-eyed Bautista said. "It's good to be recognized, and it's good to feel the love. I appreciate everything that happened today."

Bautista, 36, is hitting .203 with 22 homers and 62 RBI, and Toronto appears unlikely to exercise its half of a $17 million mutual option.

"He helped rebuild the team. He was...

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