Two disappointing campaigns come to a close Wednesday night when the Toronto Blue Jays host the Minnesota Twins in the season finale for both teams.The Blue Jays (72-89) will be looking for a sweep and to end the year on a positive note following a disappointing second-half swoon that assures them of their worst record since 2004, when they went 67-94. Toronto will finish fourth in the AL East for the fifth consecutive season.The Blue Jays were over .500 as late as the end of July but a difficult closing slate, including 19 games in September against New York, Baltimore and Tampa Bay, caused them to drop. They are 21-40 since July 29.Toronto did beat the Twins (66-95) for a second straight night Tuesday, as Chad Jenkins earned his first major league victory and Kelly Johnson had a two-run homer in a 4-3 win.It was the Twins' fourth straight loss, and Joe Mauer likely won't thwart Detroit star Miguel Cabrera's attempt to win the Triple Crown. He went hitless Tuesday and is 1 for 8 in the series. Mauer's .320 batting average is now third in the AL behind Cabrera (.331) and the Angels' Mike Trout."Unless (Mauer) goes 9 for 9 tomorrow, he might not be able to catch (Cabrera)," Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said.Minnesota will finish with back-to-back losing seasons for the first time since 2000, when it wrapped up a string of eight straight losing records. And just like last year, the Twins will finish with the worst record in the AL, a far cry from the team that won the Central in 2009 and 2010 to conclude a stretch of six division titles in nine years.Ontario native Scott Diamond (12-8, 3.54 ERA) looks to close out a very nice first full season in the majors with his first start in Canada. After making seven starts at the end of last year, the left-hander has performed solidly for a Twins team that has the second-worst ERA in the AL. He leads the team in wins and innings pitched, and with a good outing Wednesday, could move into the top 10 in the AL in ERA.Diamond, the only Twin with more than six wins, allowed five hits in seven scoreless innings of a 4-3 victory over Toronto on May 13.Brandon Morrow (9-7, 3.09) will try to get to double-digit wins for the third straight season when he takes the mound for the Blue Jays. The right-hander has lowered his ERA by more than a run this season and has a career-high three complete games. However, he's made only 20 starts due to a stint on the 60-day disabled list because of a strained left oblique.Since returning to action in late August, Morrow has gone 2/3 with a 3.23 ERA in seven starts. He beat the Yankees on Thursday, allowing four hits in seven innings of a 6-0 victory. Morrow is 1-1 with a 6.10 ERA and two saves in seven career appearances against the Twins, last facing them in 2011.