The Toronto Blue Jays dominated the New York Yankees this week in a way they haven't been in nearly 100 years.

Toronto completed a four-game sweep of New York with a 6-4 win on Thursday, moving them to within a half-game of the second American League Wild Card spot.

The Yankees never had a lead during the series, the first time that's happened to them in a series of four games or more since 1924 against the Washington Senators, according to Elias Sports Bureau. The Yankees had played 1,250 series of four or more games while having the lead at least once before Thursday night.