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TORONTO – The Toronto Argonauts are making contingency plans in case the Toronto Blue Jays reach the baseball post-season.

The Argos are scheduled to play four October home games at Rogers Centre and five of their final six regular-season contests there. That includes an Oct. 6 matchup versus the Ottawa Redblacks, which would be the same night of an American League wild-card game.

Heading into action Tuesday night, the Blue Jays held the first wild-card spot. If Toronto remained atop the standings, it would host the wild-card contest.

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Toronto is also battling the New York Yankees for top spot in the American League East standings.

Argos president Chris Rudge said if the Blue Jays reached the World Series, CFL games scheduled for Oct. 17 (versus Calgary) and Oct. 23 (versus Montreal) would also be displaced.

Rudge said in…

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