Facing elimination, the Blue Jays stepped up to the plate, literally. In a series in which the Blue Jays scored all of 3 runs in the first three games they were able to put up a 5 spot on the scoreboard today. Donaldson started off the scoring in the third inning with a solo shot off Indians ace Corey Kluber. That would be the first run Kluber let up in 16 postseason innings, pretty damn impressive for a guy playing in his first postseason, not to mention he's also been facing two of the best lineups in baseball. Kluber would also let up a RBI double to Carlos Santana in the 5th, he'd finish out the inning, and that'd be his night. His counterpart Aaron Sanchez, who had an awful first outing against the Rangers early this postseason, returned to his regular season form. He allowed one run in 6 innings pitched, allowing only two hits. The Blue Jays bullpen did a great job over the course of the next three innings allowing no runs, no hits, and striking out 4. The Indians bullpen, which has been absolutely phenomenal this postseason, was anything but that today. They allowed 3 runs in 3 innings, Miller and Allen didn't pitch today, but they can't rely on those two arms every game, these other guys have to be better. Let's give some credit to the Blue Jays bats though, this is exactly what this team needed, a game where the bats got rolling again, and their pitching staff showed up. Complete team win tonight by the Blue Jays, this is a good sign going forward, having the home crowd behind them in game 5 will also give them that extra motivation to extend the series. If you're the Indians, you need to finish this team off in game 5, the last thing you want to do is restore this teams confidence. The more the Jays win, the more pressure the Indians players will start to feel, so the last thing you want is to let this series go any further. Most importantly, Toronto lives to fight another day, is there another October miracle brewing, or is this just a fluke win for the Jays. We must wait till game 5 to learn more.