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Have ALCS tickets, will travel.

That’s what Toronto Blue Jays fans are doing this weekend as the American League Championship Series opens at Progressive Field in Cleveland.

According to the Plain Dealer’s Susan Glaser, just after the third out in the bottom of the ninth on Monday night when the Cleveland Indians sealed their ALCS fate, hotel reservations started pouring into the city. By Tuesday morning, Glaser reports nearly every available hotel room in downtown Cleveland was booked for the upcoming weekend series.

“I was hanging on every pitch,” said Ronnie Collins, director of sales and marketing at the 600-room Hilton Cleveland Downtown. His hotel immediately sent out email marketing to Hilton Honors loyalty members in Toronto after Monday’s game ended.

“It’s an easy trip for those Blue Jays fans,” he said of the 300-mile hop across the border.

The best-of-seven series will play the first two games in Cleveland, followed by three in Toronto. Games 6 and 7 (if necessary) will be back in Cleveland on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 21 and 22, respectively.

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