As human beings, we tend to be very reactionary, myself included. I am also a very cynical individual who always thinks the worst happens. It’s hard not to sit here and say the season is over as Brett Gardner hits a solo home run to make it a 6-2 game. Despite my cynicism, despite the fact that you and I feel incredibly deflated, I can sit here and tell you that the season isn’t over… yet.
I’m going to give you a throwback article. Let’s call this a sort of “AL East blog” but for the final wildcard spot.
I’m writing this in the bottom of the ninth, but I’ll flat out say that the Jays are down a game. They will be starting a series against the Baltimore Orioles in Toronto starting today. What about the teams that the Jays are chasing? What would need to happen for the Toronto Blue Jays to make the wild card game?
Coming into the series against the Yankees the Jays were a game behind the Red Sox. At the start of the series, I said the Jays needed to win five of their last six. …
Author: brendonkuhn / Blue Jays Nation