TORONTO - That isn't a warm breeze coming up off Lake Ontario.
It's a collective sigh of relief from a city that was beginning to think it had been swindled into believing it would be watching a World Series contender.
After two opening losses, the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Cleveland Indians 10-8 Thursday night but they put 19,515 fans on an emotional teeter-totter doing it.
In their first two games when the Jays got the pitching, they didn't get the hitting.
Thursday night they got the hitting -- including five home runs -- but watched starter Mark Buehrle scuffle.
So, while they haven't put their game together, it was a night when they flexed some muscle, and Emilio Bonifacio and Jose Reyes got to flash some of the promised speed.
It was a night filled alternately with cheers and jeers.