Oct 08, 2015

By Bob Komsic

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They’ve come from across GTA and country.
Not surprising considering they’re Canada’s team.
Michael and Angela Gleason drove down from Barrie for the game, hoping for the same result of the last playoff game the couple attended in 1993 when they won the World Series.
Glenn Smith and Norm Bassett also came down from the north … Northwest Territories.
They drove 1,000 kilometres to Edmonton before hopping on a red-eye to Toronto just hours before opening pitch.
Smith, wearing a full Jays uniform, says it was time to blow some money on his favourite team since it’s been so long since their last playoff appearance.
In the morning, despite no rain clouds on the horizon, Major League Baseball announced the roof of Rogers Centre would be closed.
MLB argues leaving that decision to the home team is not appropriate.
Incidentally, the Jays were 38-14 this season when the roof was open, 11-14 when it was closed and 4-0 when it was closed during a game.
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