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You can now watch Jays playoff games at City Hall

If you didn't manage to score tickets to the ALDS, you can still watch the series with a slew of likeminded Blue Jays fans. That's because the city of Toronto will be showing playoff games from the stage at Nathan Phillips Square.

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.

The Blue Jays face the Texas Rangers today in the first ALDS game. It starts at 3:37 p.m.

Will you be flocking to the #BirdsNest (i.e. Nathan Phillips Square) to watch the ALDS? Let us know in the comments.

Photo by Greg's Southern Ontario


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