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TORONTO BLUE JAYS INFORMATION:
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Stadium: Rogers Centre
Conference: American League
Division: East Division
Rivals: Atlanta Braves, Chicago White Sox, Los Angeles Dodgers
Notable Players: Tony Fernandez, Joe Carter, Roberto Alomar, John Olerud
Toronto Blue Jays World Series Title: 2, last World Series Title: 1993
Toronto Blue Jays AL Championships: 2, last AL Championship: 1993
The Toronto Blue Jays, commonly referred to as the Jays, play baseball in the East Division of Major League Baseball's American League. The franchise was founded in 1977 as part of that year's league expansion, which included the Seattle Mariners. With the Montreal Expos' move to D.C. as the Washington Nationals, the Blue Jays are the only MLB team left outside the U.S. They are also the only team outside the U.S. to win a World Series, and the only team to win a Worlds Series at home in Canada. The Jays' two championships came in 1992 and 1993.
The Toronto Blue Jays play their home games at Rogers Centre (formerly the SkyDome) in Toronto, Ontario. Seating a substantial baseball crowd of more than 50,000, Rogers Centre is an architectural marvel - it's the first stadium ever built with a fully retractable roof. A game at Rogers Centre provides fans with a breathtaking view of downtown Toronto and the CN Tower. Buy Toronto Blue Jays tickets today and watch this former championship team play itself back into form for another playoff run!
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