Blue Jays win AL East for first time in 22 years

The Toronto Blue Jays ended the longest active postseason drought in American sports in style, clinching the AL East division title.

Standing at (50-51) on July 28th, The Blue Jays traded shortstop Jose Reyes for Troy Tulowitzki, going (42-15) since the trade and completing a remarkable midseason turn around to eclipse the New York Yankees for first place. 

The Jays currently have the best record in the American League, and may very well play their division rival Yankees in the ALDS in an intriguing matchup. Does Toronto have what it takes to win the AL pennant?

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