Toronto Blue Jays Tickets 2023
Toronto Blue Jays have an opportunity in 2023 to improve on their performance from last season. Home tickets for the Blue Jays and popular AL East opponents should be available for relatively low prices. Big games for the Jays are whenever the Red Sox or Yankees are in-town as they are not only division rivals, but teams that draw huge crowds. Expect demand for home games to be a bit stronger than normal as many fans are just now getting back out to the ballpark.
The Toronto Blue Jays typically play their home games at the Rogers Centre, located in downtown Toronto, Canada. The CN Tower is visible from the Rogers Centre when the roof is open, since the Rogers Centre is the first stadium to have a retractable, motorized roof. [Note: All Toronto Blue Jay ticket prices are in US Dollars]
2023 Blue Jays Opening Day Tickets
The biggest Blue Jays home games of the season is always their opening day game. Fans decide each year if there will be magic for this year's team and form early opinions whether the Blue Jays can re-create the magic from 1992-1993 where the team ran through the MLB playoffs and won back-to-back World Series titles. Long-time Jays fans remember Joe Carter's Game 6 blast in 1993 and hope to that 2023 is start to another year like that.
Toronto Blue Jays Spring Training 2023 Tickets
The Toronto Blue Jays play their Spring Training home games at TD Ballpark in Dunedin, Florida. The stadium capacity increased to 8,500 for the 2020 season of Blue Jays Grapefruit League games. TD Ballpark has been the Spring Training home of the Jays since the expansion team started in 1997. Renovations in 2020 created an air conditioned bar along the third base line, new shops and other improved facilities.
2023 Toronto Blue Jays Schedule
What are the most popular games on the Blue Jays schedule? Ticket demand really picks up when the Blue Jays playing AL East division rivals. That is particularly true for Blue Jays tickets against the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees.