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Massive Blue Jays logo painted in Toronto park

If you're gearing up for game three in the ALDS against the Texas Rangers, you may want to head to Canoe Landing Park to get pumped up. That's because Toronto Parks, Recreation and Forestry have placed a giant Blue Jays logo in the centre of this downtown green space.

Like all modern-day rivalries, this festive new addition to Canoe Landing stems from a Twitter feud between Toronto parks and rec and Arlington, Texas's parks department. Regardless of its origins, the massive logo is a welcome, and spirited new feature in our city.

If you want to check it out, head over to the turf field adjacent to Douglas Coupland's giant red canoe. And remember, the ALDS continues tonight. Game three between the Jays and the Rangers starts at 8:10 EDT.

What do you think of this new addition to Canoe Landing Park? Let us know in the comments.

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