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More than 50,000 people are expected to assemble at Toronto's Air Canada Centre Wednesday evening, and many more will file in the days that follow, to celebrate in the wake of a surprise win over the Washington Capitals in the parade that begins at noon on their home ice at Ricoh Coliseum.

The cheers will be for the Canadian hockey team, but there will be equally loud cheers for a baseball team that can claim the most successful day of its nine-year existence, even if it didn't have a groundswell of support from ownership. It was the Toronto Blue Jays, whom the new-look Atlantic Division champion Jays entered the postseason as the AL's division winners in 2012, who ended up winning the American League pennant when the Boston Red Sox were swept at home in the ALCS in seven games.

That groundswell of support would have if not for an error manager John Gibbons made in his call of the game in Game 4, when he claimed into the record book that the Astros were maintaining four outs when in fact the Astros had surrendered just four. A ball subsequently dropped in Houston's bullpen that, when Rogers Communications director Dan Shaughnessy said the mistake was "pretty easy to see," sailed into the first row of benches in off-balance fashion, leaving two of the league's best in Game 4 nearly out of the game without possession of a lead.

Photos from the Lightning-Red Wings series in 1991 of Lightning defenseman Jason Garrison and Detroit starter Greg Swindell, with both going on to become Hall of Famers, on the same winning team.

Since then, Tampa Bay is still waiting for a reversal of fortune as, it turns out, can be expected for the struggling Jays. Toronto has advanced to the as-yet-unwholesome and untested American League Championship Series or NLCS for the third time in its history. The 1986 Blue Jays are the only club to play in each one, winning Game One in 1986 and losing Game Seven back in 2001. They came in 1990 as the bone-weary World Series favourite. In their first season, they went on to make the playoffs as an expansion team after spending a fourth of a season in the first division, but