Oct 12, 2015; Arlington, TX, USA; Toronto Blue Jays relief pitcher Roberto Osuna (54) celebrates with catcher Russell Martin (55) after defeating the Texas Rangers in game four of the ALDS at Globe Life Park in Arlington. Blue Jays won 8-4. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports
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The Blue Jays are going back to Toronto to play the final game of the ALDS. Just days ago this was a feet few thought possible. With a day of rest we are left to reflect on the last four games, and how they will impact game 5. While there is frenzy over the Price as relief situation that unfolded in last night’s game, the fact remains the same. We won the Baseball game. There will be time enough to worry about that decision when the Jay’s season is over. Which it isn’t.
While our collective hearts have been racing during the past few days, today’s do or die game will take the cake. Every pitch will be important, and our hearts will be working over time trying to manage the stress and excitement that comes with this level of game. In games three and four we saw our Blue Jays, after a couple days of adjustment it finally looks like the Jays we grew accustomed to during August and September are back. Just in time too.
The Blue Jays have the momentum in Game 5, and I believe it is their game to lose. They have so much going for them, the first of which is actually Cole Hamels…
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