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Blue Jays Press Releases

  • 15 First Nations to compete in 2nd annual 'Beyond the Ballpark' tournament

    On SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 2016, JAYS CARE FOUNDATION, in partnership with RIGHT TO PLAY, THE ONTARIO MINISTRY OF CHILDREN & YOUTH SERVICES and the KENORA CHIEFS ADVISORY, will host the second annual "Beyond The Ballpark" tournament for more than 15 participating Ontario and Manitoba First Nations.

  • Blue Jays 2017 season ticket renewals now on sale

    The Toronto Blue Jays today released its 2017 Season Ticket Member information, featuring new experiences and added benefits, providing fans with even greater value than ever before.

  • Banter & Brews: brand new event coming to the home of the Blue Jays

    Jays Care Foundation's Young Professionals Roster presents Extra Innings: Dugout Talks & Ballpark Brews -- an exclusive event with unique access to Rogers Centre, featuring a sports and business focused panel discussion and an after-party in support of Jays Care Foundation's Rookie League program, taking place on August 18th, 2016.

  • Blue Jays place Pillar on disabled list

    The TORONTO BLUE JAYS have placed OF KEVIN PILLAR on the 15-day disabled list with a left thumb sprain. OF DARRELL CECILIANI has been recalled from Buffalo.

  • Blue Jays trade Pat Venditte

    The Toronto Blue Jays have traded LHP/RHP Pat Venditte to the Seattle Mariners for a player to be named later.

  • Blue Jays to celebrate with Hastings Community Little League, Vancouver, BC

    The host, Hastings Community Little League, was awarded a $150,000 Jays Care "Field of Dreams" grant to refurbish the baseball field at Hastings Community Park in order to host the tournament.

  • Josh Donaldson named Honda Player of the Month

    DONALDSON hit .316 in July with 13 extra base hits, including six home runs and 21 RBI. He also was second in the American League in July with 21 runs scored and an on-base percentage of .440.

  • Blue Jays bring baseball back to Chestermere

    On Tuesday, August 2nd, JAYS CARE FOUNDATION, the charitable arm of the TORONTO BLUE JAYS joined representatives from the City of Chestermere to unveil the newly refurbished Jays Care Foundation Field. The project was the recipient of a $150,000 Field of Dreams investment from Jays Care, which was used to refurbish a diamond that had become unsafe for local children.

  • Blue Jays acquire Bolsinger

    The TORONTO BLUE JAYS acquired RHP MIKE BOLSINGER from the Los Angeles Dodgers in exchange for RHP JESSE CHAVEZ and cash considerations.

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