What Happens If the Yankees and Blue Jays Tie?

If the Yankees and Blue Jays were to tie for the AL East lead at the end of the season, a one-game playoff would be held to determine who would advance to the ALDS.

Checkout this video:

The Regular Season

The Yankees and Blue Jays are currently tied for first place in the American League East. If they finish the regular season tied, they will have a one-game playoff to determine who goes to the playoffs.

If the Yankees and Blue Jays are tied at the end of the regular season, they will have a one-game playoff.

If the Yankees and Blue Jays are tied at the end of the regular season, they will have a one-game playoff. The game will be played at a neutral site.

The One-Game Playoff

If the Yankees and Blue Jays were to tie at the end of the season, they would have to play a one-game playoff to determine who would advance to the American League Divisional Series. This game would be played at a neutral site.

If the Yankees and Blue Jays are tied at the end of the one-game playoff, they will have a two-game playoff.

If the Yankees and Blue Jays are tied at the end of the one-game playoff, they will have a two-game playoff. The first game will be played at Yankee Stadium and the second game will be played at Rogers Centre.

The Two-Game Playoff

In the event that the Yankees and Blue Jays are tied for first place at the end of the regular season, they will play a two-game playoff. The first game will be played at Yankee Stadium, and the second game will be played at Blue Jays Stadium. If the teams are still tied after the two games, a coin flip will determine who will advance to the next round.

If the Yankees and Blue Jays are tied at the end of the two-game playoff, they will have a three-game playoff.

If the Yankees and Blue Jays are tied at the end of the two-game playoff, they will have a three-game playoff. The first two games will be played in Toronto and the third game, if necessary, will be played in New York.

The Three-Game Playoff

The New York Yankees and Toronto Blue Jays are currently tied for first place in the American League East. If they remain tied at the end of the season, they will have to play a three-game playoff series to determine who goes to the American League Championship Series.

If the Yankees and Blue Jays are tied at the end of the three-game playoff, they will have a four-game playoff.

If the Yankees and Blue Jays are tied at the end of the three-game playoff, they will have a four-game playoff. The first two games will be played at Yankee Stadium, and the last two games, if necessary, will be played at Rogers Centre.

The Four-Game Playoff

The Yankees and Blue Jays are set to face off in a four-game playoff series to determine who will represent the American League in the World Series. If the two teams are tied after four games, a one-game playoff will be held to determine the winner.

If the Yankees and Blue Jays are tied at the end of the four-game playoff, they will have a five-game playoff.

The first two games will be played in Toronto and the next two games will be played in New York. If the teams are still tied, then the fifth game will be played in Toronto.

The Five-Game Playoff

If the Yankees and Blue Jays tie at the end of the regular season, they will play a five-game playoff to determine who goes to the American League Championship Series. The first two games of the playoff will be played in Toronto, and the next three games (if necessary) will be played in New York.

If the Yankees and Blue Jays are tied at the end of the five-game playoff, they will have a six-game playoff.

If the Yankees and Blue Jays are tied at the end of the five-game playoff, they will have a six-game playoff. The first two games will be played in Toronto, and the next three games will be played in New York. If the series is still tied after six games, a seventh game will be played in Toronto.

The Six-Game Playoff

If the Yankees and Blue Jays were to finish the season with the same record, they would have a six-game playoff to determine who goes to the American League Championship Series. This would be a best-of-six series, with the first two games being played in New York, the next two in Toronto, and if necessary, the final two back in New York.

If the Yankees and Blue Jays are tied at the end of the six-game playoff, they will have a seven-game playoff.

If the Yankees and Blue Jays are tied at the end of the six-game playoff, they will have a seven-game playoff. The format will be the same as the six-game playoff, with the first two games played at Yankee Stadium and the next three games played at Rogers Centre. If the series is still tied after six games, a seventh and final game will be played at Yankee Stadium.

Scroll to Top