No use dwelling on the first two games, Toronto Blue Jays fans.
It was a touching tribute to Michael Burgess, the famed tenor who died of cancer on September 28. The Blue Jays played his performance of O Canada during the 1992 World Series in his memory before Game 1 of the American League Division Series.
Go Jays go.
3 hours and 15 minutes to game time.
Since I can't seem to link to the video, you get to go to TSN for it. Jays video set to Thunderstruck, and it's REALLY good.
A little unexpected, but there will be no Rogers Centre viewing parties for the ALDS.
I didn't think there was any doubt that he was going to start game two, but now we have it official.
They couldn't have picked a better team to feature. I like this quote from Gibby: "The night we clinched, I celebrated for about 10 minutes and came back here…. I felt relief. I thought about how it’s been so long for me to get here…. I’ve really been fortunate just to have the opportunity to coach or manage in the big leagues. But I never wanted to look back and just say I was glad to get a chance to coach or manage. I wanted to say that I won something in the big leagues. And I think there’s more ahead than just the AL East." You can read more about it here.