GIF: Brady’s 50th and Crush’s 50th

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Chris Davis tied Brady Anderson’s club record for home runs in a single season Friday night in Toronto with his 50th.

Coincidentally, Anderson also hit his 50th in Toronto back in 1996, a solo shot leading off the game off former Blue Jay (and Oriole) Pat Hentgen.

Davis’ home run also gave the O’s a one-run lead, 4-3 in the top of the eighth over the Jays.

Here’s both dingers in one convenient GIF, c/o our own Gordon Dixon.

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