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October 06, 1987

The Toronto Blue Jays signed Manager Jimy Williams and his entire coaching staff for the 1988 season.

Williams, in his second year as manager, guided the Blue Jays to a 96-66 record and a second-place finish in the AL East, although a season-ending seven-game losing streak cost them the division title.

Toronto finished two games behind Detroit, which beat the Blue Jays four straight times in the season's final week.

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