Canada's three main party leaders have agreed to stop going to Toronto Blue Jays games so that this country's only major league baseball team can keep right on winning.
The Jays are fighting to win their division for the first time in more than 20 years, and convincing fans across the country that something special could happen this fall.
The deal was struck online Saturday, just a day after Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau attended a game with his family.
But the Jays got their keisters kicked by the Baltimore Orioles Friday night, 10-2.
Baseball has a rich history of superstitions, and the loss was enough to confirm for many on social media that the Jays are cursed whenever party leaders are in the stands.
Trudeau, Harper & Mulcair should rent themselves out to sporting events to destroy teams. #BlueJays— Mark Critch (@markcritch) September 5, 2015
NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair was the first of the leaders to attend a game during this campaign — and it was a big one.
Sporting a Jays jacket, Mulcair and his adult sons swung by Rogers Centre on Aug. 14. At the time, the Jays were hoping to win their 12th game in a row, which would set a club record.
The Jays lost to the New York Yankees, 4-3.
Conservative Leader Stephen Harper followed suit, attending a game on Aug. 31 with his wife and son. Harper also chatted with Jays Hall of Famer Roberto Alomar and released a video to Twitter.
The Jays lost to the Cleveland Indians, 4-2
Mulcair took to Twitter Friday night to address what was quickly emerging as the biggest controversy of this election.
And Trudeau tried to make a pact with his rivals Saturday morning.
By Saturday afternoon, all three party leaders had agreed on something.
And — wouldn't you know it — the Jays beat the Orioles Saturday, 5-1.
When asked earlier Friday if he feared the "Jays curse," Trudeau said he was focused on the fact that he got to bring his kids to their first major league baseball game.
And since we would never want to deny leaders a chance to kick back with their family and enjoy the beautiful game of baseball, here's a list of Yankees games in the coming weeks.
Just to be safe, we've left out the games featuring the Jays.
Saturday, Sept. 5 - Yankees host Tampa Bay Rays
Sunday, Sept. 6 – Yankees host Tampa Bay Rays
Monday, Sept. 7 – Yankees host Baltimore Orioles
Tuesday, Sept. 7 – Yankees host Baltimore Orioles
Wednesday, Sept. 8 – Yankees host Baltimore Orioles
Monday, Sept. 14 – Yankees visit Tampa Bay Rays
Tuesday, Sept. 15 - Yankees visit Tampa Bay Rays
Wednesday, Sept. 16 –Yankees visit Tampa Bay Rays
Friday, Sept. 18 – Yankees visit New York Mets
Saturday, Sept. 19 - Yankees visit New York Mets
Sunday, Sept. 20 - Yankees visit New York Mets
Thursday, Sept. 24 – Yankees host Chicago White Sox
Friday, Sept. 25 - Yankees host Chicago White Sox
Saturday, Sept. 26 - Yankees host Chicago White Sox
Sunday, Sept. 27 - Yankees host Chicago White Sox
Monday, Sept. 28 – Yankees host Boston Red Sox
Tuesday, Sept. 29 - Yankees host Boston Red Sox
Wednesday, Sept. 30 - Yankees host Boston Red Sox
Thursday, Oct. 1 - Yankees host Boston Red Sox
Friday, Oct. 2 – Yankees visit Baltimore Orioles
Saturday, Oct. 3 - Yankees visit Baltimore Orioles
Sunday, Oct. 4 - Yankees visit Baltimore Orioles
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