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Watch The Blue Jays Wildcard Game With Hundreds Of Fans At Nathan Phillips Square Tonight

The Bird Nest is back at Nathan’s Phillips Square! John Tory announced that they will be screening the Blue Jays tonight as they face off in a wildcard game against the Baltimore Orioles. There’s guaranteed to be an intense atmosphere all across Toronto, as it’s a must win for our Jays if they want to advance and play against the Texas Rangers this Thursday in the American League Division Series.

With all the anticipation from last year’s playoff run, you can be sure that true Jays fans (and bandwagoner’s) are already getting hyped up for tonight. Whether you catch the game at The Nest, your local bar on King Street, or actually attending the game at the Rogers centre, you can already feel the enormous support spreading throughout the city.

Don’t miss the game, starting at 8:00pm tonight!

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