The video features a compilation of footage from this season. You'll start feeling pumped as you watch the Jays dominate the AL East, all to the tune of the AC/DC heavy hitter "Thunderstruck." As of publishing time, the video's already racked up more than 45,000 views.
The city is calling this space the #BirdsNest. And as the Blue Flu (or as some of our Twitter followers are calling it, the Bird Flu) spreads around Toronto, the centrally located square will likely become a popular roost for those itching to cheer on our home team.
With the Jays heading into the ALDS tomorrow, many fans were stunned to learn that the Thursday and Friday home games would start during regular work hours, at 3:37 p.m. and 12:45 p.m. respectively.
According to the Toronto Star, 80,000 fans waited in an online queue hoping to score tickets to at least one of the four home games.
This past summer, Jonathan Howcroft opened TKTO as an outdoor range. But now, as the weather turns colder, the organization will be moving inside at 6 Curity Avenue. The new space will feature eight lanes, including two that'll be reserved for private lessons. A single session will set you back $35.
The Jays could have clinched with a win in either of today's doubleheader match-ups. Without a win, the team would have required the Yankees to lose to the Red Sox.
Merry Clinchmas, Toronto.
Now, about that World Series...