As the Toronto Blue Jays look to keep pace in the race for the American League East crown in 2018, it starts on Opening Day, March 29, when the Jays host the New York Yankees for a four-game series. On that day, the team will also retire jersey No. 32 in honor of former pitcher Roy Halladay, who passed away following a plane crash in November. Toronto will have a nine-game stint at the Rogers Centre against the Detroit Tigers (June 29-July 2), New York Mets (July 3-4) and Yankees (July 6-8). They will also host the Washington Nationals (June 15-17), Atlanta Braves (June 19-20) and Philadelphia Phillies (August 24-26) as part of interleague play. Toronto will host Tampa Bay (September 20-23) and Houston (September 24-26) to close out their home slate for the season. Blue Jays vs Rays tickets start at just $12, while Blue Jays vs Astros tickets are starting at $13.
TicketCity's Rogers Centre Seating Recommendation
The field level seating behind home plate is actually more affordable at the Rogers Centre than most other stadiums and provides a great view of the field despite being very close to the action. The Field Baseline sections also offer a unique perspective near each foul pole at an affordable price.
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Toronto Blue Jays Baseball at Rogers Centre Address: 1 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, Ontario, M5V 1J1, Canada
The Blue Jays play their home games at the Rogers Centre, located in Toronto, Ontario. When filled to capacity, the Rogers Centre holds more than 49,000 screaming fans. The Rogers Centre was revolutionary when it was built, becoming the first stadium with a fully retractable roof. The Toronto Blue Jays dugout is on the Rogers Centre third base line in front of sections 123-126. Rogers Centre parking information is covered in our Blue Jays event guide.
Blue Jays vs. Yankees
Although these teams have been rivals since the Blue Jays joined the AL East as an expansion team in 1977, it didn’t really gain traction until the early 1990’s. The Blue Jays and Yankees combined for 6 of the 10 World Series titles from 1990 to 2000 (There was no World Series in 1994). This AL East Rivalry was among the best in baseball during that period. With loads of young talent on both teams, this matchup promises to produce more classic matchups in the near future.
Blue Jays vs. Red Sox
This AL East Rivalry isn’t as contentious as some of the other rivalries in the division, but is still really fun to watch. Both cities are known for the their passion for their baseball teams and have two of the best stadiums in the American League. This matchup has been known for its pitching in recent years and has seen names like Schilling, Halladay, Dickey, Lester, and Buehrle. The teams have combined for over 4 World Series titles since 1990 and are consistently among the best in the American League.
Blue Jays vs. Rays
The Blue Jay and Rays were expansion teams thrown headfirst into baseball’s toughest division. Both are smaller market teams trying to find a way to compete with the gargantuan spending of Boston and New York. But compete they have as the Blue Jays have won two World Series and the Rays have reached one in the last 20 years. Both clubs have some of the best managers/front offices in the league and are constantly innovating how players are developed and scouted.
Toronto Blue Jays in the World Series, American League Championship Series and MLB Playoffs
The Toronto Blue Jays dominated the baseball world in the early part of the 1990s. With Cito Gaston at the helm, the Blue Jays won four division titles in a five year span. During that time, Toronto won back-to-back AL pennants and World Series titles in 1992 and 1993. Toronto had Joe Carter, Roberto Alomar, John Olerud, and Pat Hentgen during their championship seasons. The Blue Jays have been in the postseason the past two seasons, making it to the ALCS in 2015 and 2016.
What time do the gates open prior to a Blue Jays game?
Gates open 90 minutes before the first pitch on weeknight games, and 2 hours before game time on weekends.
Where are good places to eat before a Blue Jays game?
A few of Toronto’s best sports bars are within a few miles of Rogers Centre. Of the many great options we recommend GameDay, The Queen and Beever Public House, and The Football Factory. Fans of Vietnamese and Asian Fusion food should not miss trying Banh Mi Boys. This small place has some great kimchi fries, and is quick and easy before the game. If you are looking for someplace with a more progressive menu, try Hibiscus. Hibiscus has great vegan, and gluten-free options and a fun atmosphere. There are a few great Italian food places in the area. Pizzeria Liberetto and Splendido Restaurant are both worth visiting. If you are looking for some traditional Canadian dining, try Ruby Watchco. Other great places in the area are Mother India, Jacobs & Co. Steakhouse, and Black Hoof.
Where is the best place to park at Rogers Centre?
Parking at Rogers Centre is spread out over a large area. The most convenient parking option is a small parking lot located on the northeast corner of the stadium at the corner of Front Street and John Street. Another good location is on the southeast corner of the stadium just south of Bremner Boulevard. There are a few small parking lots farther to the north on Wellington Street, on either side of Simcone Street. Another good area to look is on Queens Quay W., there are good parking options scattered between the intersections of Ress and York. There are also a few great public transportation options, and Union Station is only a few blocks from the stadium.
Does my child need a ticket to attend a Toronto Blue Jays game?
Children under the age of 2 years old are allowed to enter Rogers Centre without a ticket, but must sit on a guardian’s lap for the duration of the game. It is recommended that you bring proof of your child’s age with you to the game to avoid any last minute hassles at the gate.