Edwin Encarnacion crashed the Blue Jays dugout in full uniform

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If we had to hazard a guess, Edwin Encarnacion probably wishes he was still playing with the Toronto Blue Jays.

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One of the most iconic players in team history, Encarnacion has been spotted around the Rogers Centre a few times this season

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after signing in February with the Blue Jays in an advisory role. Encarnacion hit .268 with 977 hits, 239 homers

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679 RBIs and 593 runs scored in 999 games for the Jays in his career, with his home run count third all time.

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And back in Toronto this weekend to help celebrate longtime teammate Jose Bautista’s elevation to the team’s Level of Excellence

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Encarnacion actually hopped into uniform to share a few tips to the team on Sunday.

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Usually, it’s just full-time members of the team’s coaching staff allowed in the dugout during games,

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but it appears that Encarnacion was granted special admission to join Toronto on the home bench along the third base line.

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Encarnacion retired following the 2020 season, with his final games in the MLB coming as a member of the Chicago White Sox.

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