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The American League East Division champion Toronto Blue Jays are in St. Petersburg to face the Rays for the final time in 2015.

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The Blue Jays know they are going to the playoffs but are still leering at their first American League East title since 1993. They check into Baltimore for four of their final seven regular season games on the road.

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The final homestand of the 2015 regular season concludes with a weekend series cage match against Tampa Bay.

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It's the biggest series of the season.

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The Blue Jays end their 10-game road trip with a three-game set in Georgia.

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The biggest series of the season - a first-place throwdown and showdown as the Blue Jays look to escape from the Big Apple in first place in the American League East.

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The Blue Jays should be wired up to face the Orioles for the final time at The Dome this weekend.

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The Blue Jays continue their homestand against the president-less Clevelanders.

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The Toronto Blue Jays home schedule features David Price's former team on the docket.

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The Blue Jays are in the Lone Star State to square off against the Rangers in the final leg of their eight-game road trip.

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The Blue Jays continue their road trip in Anaheim in a battle of second-place teams fighting for premium playoff positions.

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The Jays are in Philadelphia for a two-game interleague series match-up as Troy Tulowitzki meets up with the first team he played against in Toronto blue. It also marks the return of Ben Revere to the City of Brotherly Love.

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The Toronto Blue Jays look to stay in first place as the New York Yankees visit the Dome this weekend.

This series will bring back memories of 1985 and the Blue Jays clinching the American League East Division for the first time since 1985. The newspaper here is from The Toronto Star.
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Brett Lawrie returns to Toronto for the first time after being traded to Oakland. It appears the Jays have done alright without him.

Josh Donaldson - homering in Seattle July 26 - has 31 home runs and 83 runs batted in while batting .297/.365/.578.
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