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57 minutes ago, Jpan85 said:

The team was name after Paul Brown the teams first head coach

I am aware of this and tried to make what I thought would be an innocuous joke, give the current climate.

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8 minutes ago, Tracker said:

I am aware of this and tried to make what I thought would be an innocuous joke, give the current climate.

there really is no such thing right now. It's best to just avoid altogether. 

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4 hours ago, FrostyWinnipeg said:

Do Jays eat Orioles? 🤔

Yesterday: 11-10 win in the first game. 11-2 win in the second game.

Today: 22-7 win.

The Blue Jays' 27 runs scored in a 4-inning span (7th yesterday + 1st 3 innings today) is an MLB record for runs in a 4-inning span.

 

The record for consecutive games with 10+ runs is 6. Jays are at 3, would not be shocked if they took a run at it. Could not confirm it, but I have to think no MLB team has ever put up 10+ runs in a single inning in consecutive games before (although the Cubs once scored 14 and 10 in separate innings in the same game). Amazing that the Orioles were pitching no-hitter going into the 7th inning Saturday, then gave up 11 hits and 11 runs in the inning. 
 

And they are now in a wild card spot. 

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4 hours ago, Noeller said:

Well, a huge 162 today. Jays have to win, first and foremost. Then they need help from the old Expos (Washington) and/or the new Expos (Tampa). Going to be an exciting day, with potential for a 4 way tie at the end of the day... 

So far 2/4.

   Jays win :)

   Mariners losing :)

   RSox 5-5 Nats T9

   Yanks win :(

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Scenario: Yankees go 1-0; Red Sox go 0-1; Mariners go 0-1; Blue Jays go 1-0

What happens next: The Yankees would clinch the top spot (and AL Wild Card Game hosting duties) and the Mariners are eliminated in this scenario. The Red Sox and Blue Jays would play a Monday tiebreaker to determine who advances. The Red Sox would host the tiebreaker game by virtue of their 10-9 record over the Blue Jays in the head-to-head season series.

Welp BOS 7-5 WSH T9 :(

 

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