Baseball's chaotic win-or-go-home playoff game may not be fair but it rarely disappoints. Embrace it.
After a disastrous start, the Toronto Blue Jays are somehow in the mix for a wild-card spot.
One of the most important changes: the All-Star Game will no longer determine home field advantage for the World Series.
The pitching matchups are about as good as the Blue Jays could ask for as they attempt to join the 2004 Red Sox as the only teams to advance to the World Series after falling down 3-0.
The Blue Jays have been unable to solve Andrew Miller and Cleveland's pitching staff, and a pair of one-run losses has them going back to Toronto down 2-0.
The Joey Bats bat flip will never get old.
The Blue Jays have won all four playoff games and six straight dating back to the end of the regular season. They are cool and calm going into their ALCS matchup with Cleveland.
Donaldson's heads-up baserunning propelled the Blue Jays to an extra-inning, ALDS sweep of the Rangers.
The Blue Jays are going to the ALCS for the second consecutive year after beating the Rangers 7-6 in the ALDS. Toronto will face the winner of Boston and Cleveland.
This series feels like it's over.