There is not much left for the Toronto Blue Jays to play for in 2013. Unfortunately, despite big expectations—or perhaps partially due to them—the Blue Jays have stumbled to a 58-73 record and currently sit 15 games back of the American League Wild Card.
There is nothing left for the Blue Jays to do but play meaningless baseball, aim to win as many low-pressure games as they can, attempt to stay healthy and enjoy the offseason. In sports jargon, this is called playing spoiler, and it is certainly not something that teams want to play.
Still, the Blue Jays have a number of ways they can win games that will do little to impact their future, but that may alter the playoff picture. With the other four AL East teams still in the playoff picture, they have a number of opportunities to try and eliminate their division rivals.