Toronto Blue Jays Tickets
With big names such as R.A. Dickey, Jose Reyes and Jose Bautista, the Blue Jays are a serious contender to win the World Series for the first time since 1993. Don't miss your chance to see the boys in blue take on Major League Baseball at the Rogers Centre!
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i want the blue jays to win cuz they are y half - favourite tem facing my other half- favourite team the yankees!!!!!!!11 woooooooooohoooooooo if i go this wil be freakin' awesome
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Not being from Toronto, I was totally caught off guard when they did the 'OK Blue Jays' song in the 7th inning. My brother and I were thinkin' what the heck?! It's tradition though apparently. Had the whole stadium dancing and singing along - totally corny...but catchy haha.
I'm a die hard baseball fan and ofcourse a HUGE Bluejay fan, but the Jays fans are the least enthusiastic baseball fans in all of baseball. The hot dogs are good!!!
I went to a game in toronto at the rogers centre. it's cool because it's the first stadium in baseball with an open and closed roof. The first thing I noticed was the size of the place, and as a baseball purist the last thing you want is to feel like you're in a video game. That's the feeling I got from this place. You're far away from the field, the fans think they're in a library, and it just doesn't give you that feeling that you're at a ball game. It's a cool place to check out on a nice afternoon for a game, but any true ball fan will see right through it.
Toronto Blue Jays Continued:
1976: The American League decides to expand to Toronto.
1977: Blue Jays Tickets prove massively popular. On April 7th, 44,659 fans brave freezing weather and snow for the first Jay game at Empire Stadium.
1982: On July 30th beer is sold at a Jay game for the first time, with a cost of $1.75
1983: Willie Upshaw becomes the first Jay to record 100 RBI's.
1984: Blue Jays tickets become an even hotter commodity. Over two million fans attend Jay games at Exhibition Stadium over the course of the regular season.
1987: The Blue Jays lead the American League in attendance and register the sixth highest homer total in league history with 215 and an ML record 10 home-run game on September 14th.
1989: The Jays win their second American League East crown.
1992: The 92 roster truly equates to sporting greatness, resulting in the teams first World Series win.
1993: The Jays win the World Series yet again.
1994: From champions to stinkers. The Jays finish under .500 for the first time since 1982. Based on the strong performance of previous years, Blue Jays ticket sales remain strong.
1995: Carlos Delgado and Shawn Green establish themselves as powerhouse hitters. By the end of the season Delgado had racked up 44 homers and Green knocked in 42.
2001: New Manager Buck Martinez gets his first career win as the Jays beat the Chicago White Sox April 1st at the season opener in Puerto Rico.
2002: Carlos Delgado becomes the franchise lead in RBI at 741. Carlos Tosca becomes the ninth manager in club history.
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