Jays play Rock, Paper, Scissors with Tigers

Second baseman Ryan Goins makes goes for

Second baseman Ryan Goins makes goes for "scissors" in the Jays dugout on Sunday.

Irene Thomaidis, QMI AGENCY

, Last Updated: 1:30 PM ET

The Blue Jays came out victorious in the longest game in the club's history at the Rogers Centre Sunday - but did you catch game within the game?

In the 17th inning, Jays second baseman Ryan Goins and Tigers third baseman Nick Castellanos -- who were both subbed out much earlier in the marathon match --  were caught on camera playing a game of Rock, Paper, Scissors from their respective dugouts.

The baseball game ended at the bottom of the 19th, six hours and 37 minutes after it began, when Jose Bautista singled home Munenori Kawasaki for a  6-5 win.

No word on who came out on top in the R-P-S contest.

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