Toronto Blue Jays Swept By The Seattle Mariners.
Instead of playing for a decisive Game 3 on Sunday, it was a two-and-out playoff exit for the Blue Jays for the second time in three years. The Jays lost game one decisively and a heartbreaking lost in game two. Now Seattle is off to Houston to face ace pitcher Justin Verlander in game one.
A 10-9 loss to the Seattle Mariners before a sellout crowd of mostly Blue Jays faithful fans at the Rogers Centre on Saturday was a disastrous result that will go down as one of the most epic collapses by a Toronto pro sports team.
The off season should be interesting for the Jays, as they will need to contemplate their fate on a manager, relief pitching and starting pitching to name a few of the areas of concern.