It certainly was a magical moment for those in attendance when Nelson Liriano hit a twoout, game-winning hit in the bottom of the 13th (“The myths of autumn,” Cover, Oct. 2). But was the writer really paying attention to the exodus of fans earlier, when the Blue Jays were in a hopeless two-out situation in the bottom of the 10th inning? By the time the game-winning hit was stroked, more than half of the 49,352 fans were sulking in downtown bars.
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