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The Toronto Blue Jays Win Big Against The Baltimore Orioles In An Epic Wild Card Game

After a gruelling 11 innings, the Toronto Blue Jays managed to come out ahead of the Baltimore Orioles, securing their spot in the American League Division Series.

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Tonight's wild card game was a must-win for the Jays in order for them to proceed to the playoffs. It was tied at 2-2 up until the the 11th inning. Devon Travis hit a one-out single and was able to advance to third base after Donaldson hit a single. But it was Edwin Encarnacion who ended the inning, game and entire night with a massive walk-off closer.

The Blue Jays will face the Texas Rangers in the ALDS this Thursday.

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