Toronto Blue Jays fall to Royals in heartbreaking fashion

The Blue Jays had a chance to tie Game 6 in the bottom of the ninth inning, but the tying run slipped from their grasp. See how the game went down in our liveblog replay.

Jose Bautista homered twice, but the Blue Jays couldn't find a way to pull off a Game 6 win

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      Now that's heartbreak.

      The Toronto Blue Jays nearly tied Game 6 of the American League Championship Series with their final three outs, but were overpowered by Kansas City's closer Wade Davis.

      While the final inning was dramatic, it capped a game that had everything: clutch home runs, big strikeouts and remarkable defence.

      To see how the whole game went down, check out the live blog replay below.

      Mobile users, catch up on Game 6 here.


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