The Blue Jays may have been down but they were not out.
They made a loud and clear statement about that when they beat the Cleveland Indians 5 to 1 yesterday in Toronto.
Josh Donaldson homered and Edwin Encarnacion delivered a key two run single.
Aaron Sanchez picked up the win by allowing just two hits over six strong innings.
If Toronto should come back to win the ALCS they will be only the second team in Baseball history to do it.
The other team to do that was the 2004 Boston Red Sox, who were managed at the time by current Indians manager Terry Francona.
Game five is this afternoon in Toronto.
The first pitch is scheduled for 4:00.
Yasmani Grandal and Justin Turner hit home runs and Rich Hill silenced the Cubs to win 6 to 0 last night in L.A.
Hill stuck six and gave up just two hits.
The Dodgers now have a two games to one lead on the Cubs in the NLCS.
Game four is tonight in L.A.
Start time is at 8:00.
By: Mike Plourde – for Great Lakes Radio Sports