Greatly appreciate you accepting this as the answer to your question.
Homer Bush hit 10 home runs in his 4 years (1999-2002) with the Jays. Of
those, 6 were at home, and only one of those was after the 5th inning.
That game is the one in question, and it appears to be the game you remember.
We have Homer Bush hitting a late game home run, a 3-2 score, and played at
home in July. This is the only game that fits that information.
"Philadelphia Phillies vs Toronto Blue Jays - July 14, 2000"
- Philadelphia Phillies 2, Toronto Blue Jays 3
- Game played on Friday, July 14, 2000 at [the SkyDome].
- The game lasted just over 3 hours at 3:07.
- There were 21,385 people in attendence.
- Homer Bush hit a home run in the 9th for the win.
Please note that you can order an "original" print copy of the box score from
Baseball Almanac for $10.00 from the above web page.
If you or someone you know lives in the Toronto area, you or they could go to
the Toronto Public Library and get copies of the articles and box score of the
If no one is near Toronto, The Toronto Star allows access to articles for a
price of $3.95 an article or $10.95 for 5 articles. Here is an example of a
snippet they provide at no cost.
"Those in-the-know were not applauding, even on a night when Escobar pitched
well and Homer Bush clubbed his first home run this season to launch Toronto
to a dramatic 3-2 comeback win ..."
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Bookmark of the Baseball Almanac website.
I visited the Toronto Star and Toronto Public Library websites.
Thanks to cynthia-ga for the additional link.
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