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Blue Jays Fan Zone

ACE

ACE is the Toronto Blue Jays official mascot and loves spending his time meeting fans! You can always find him dancing on the dugouts and entertaining fans throughout the stadium. ACE is always walking around the concourse taking photos with fans and loves to post ono his twitter account @ACE_00. ACE often makes appearances throughout the community on days when the Blue Jays are out of town, pending availability. Whether it is a private party, corporate function, charitable event or birthday party, booking ACE can ruffle the feathers of any event. To inquire about ACE bookings please email ACE@bluejays.com

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Blue Jays Baseball Academy

Working to grow the game of baseball across Canada, the Toronto Blue Jays invest a significant amount of time reaching out to youth and facilitating their development at all levels, from grassroots to elite. The Toronto Blue Jays host a number of events across Canada and at Rogers Centre including summer camps, instructional clinics and tournaments. Registration is available for all events on bluejays.com/baseball academy.

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Blue Jays Level of Excellence

The Blue Jays are extremely proud to display the names of nine distinguished individuals inside Rogers Centre in special recognition of their tremendous efforts and achievements. They are Paul Beeston, Roberto Alomar, Dave Stieb, George Bell, Cito Gaston, Joe Carter, Tony Fernandez, Pat Gillick and Tom Cheek. The number 4,306 beside Cheek's name represents the number of consecutive regular season games he called on the radio. Jackie Robinson, whose number has been retired by all teams in Major League Baseball, is also recognized behind home plate.

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Blue Jays Official Merchandise

A wide selection of Toronto Blue Jays official merchandise is available at Jays Shop Stadium Edition, Jays Shop Yonge & Dundas and over 15 concourse shops throughout Rogers Centre.

They are located near the following sections:

  • 100-Level: 113, 114, 117, 121, 127, 129, 130, 132
  • 200-Level: 204, 210, 213, 220, 227, 236
  • 500-Level: 518, 525, 530

Please note that locations of our concourse kiosks are subject to change.

Looking to purchase Toronto Blue Jays merchandise from the comfort of your own home? You can conveniently shop for official merchandise online at www.jaysshop.ca or by calling 1 (877) JAYS-SHOP (529-7746) or at 416-341-2903 to place an order with one of our customer service representatives.

Community Player Appearances

Despite the grind of a 162-game schedule, the Toronto Blue Jays players and coaches make many appearances throughout the GTA during the baseball season. Our team is often out in the community helping raise awareness and funds for worthy causes and charitable organizations as well as to lend a helping hand and smile to those less fortunate.

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Donations In Kind

The Blue Jays assist countless charities each year and are committed to enhancing the quality of life for many individuals. Every year the Toronto Blue Jays donate autographed baseballs, bats, jerseys and other items to non-profit charitable organizations to assist in their fundraising endeavors.

Information on Toronto Blue Jays' Donation Guidelines and Submission Process can be found here: http://bluejays.mlb.com/tor/fan_forum/donations_in_kind.jsp

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Employment Opportunities

All full-time, part-time or seasonal opportunities within the Blue Jays organization are posted on our Job Opportunities page.

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Fan Mail

The Toronto Blue Jays welcome all fan mail, and players and club personnel will make every effort to answer each letter received. However, due to the tremendous volume of items received, we cannot guarantee a response. Fans wishing to communicate with Toronto Blue Jays players or club personnel should address the correspondence along with a self-addressed stamped envelope to:

  • Player/Coach's name
  • c/o Toronto Blue Jays Baseball Club
  • 1 Blue Jays Way, Suite 3200
  • Toronto, ON M5V 1J1

Please keep in mind that if you do send in an item (e.g., apparel, baseballs, baseball cards) to be signed, there is some risk involved. Though reasonable precautions will be taken, the Toronto Blue Jays players, management and staff are not responsible should the items fail to be returned.

Gift Cards

The Toronto Blue Jays Gift Card is a pre-paid debit card that works like a gift certificate and can be used to purchase Toronto Blue Jays regular season home game tickets at Rogers Centre at the Gate 9 Box Office, select Ontario Rogers Plus stores and at the Jays Shop Sears Yonge & Dundas location. The Toronto Blue Jays Gift Card may also be used to purchase Toronto Blue Jays and other merchandise at The Jays Shop Stadium Edition @ Gate 5 or section 112 during games, the Jays Shop @ Gate 2 Rogers Centre or at Sears Yonge & Dundas location). Any Toronto Blue Jays or Rogers gift card can be used for food and beverage purchases at select concession stands in the public concourses of Rogers Centre. For further clarity, Toronto Blue Jays and Rogers Gift Cards are not accepted at other Rogers Centre restaurants (i.e. Arriba, Sightlines, Windows, HSBC Club VIP), the Olde Spadina concession stand, luxury suites or at mobile vendors/hawkers.

Giveaway Items

The Toronto Blue Jays offer several giveaway or promotional items throughout the year. These items are distributed to guests who meet specific promotional requirements and are based on limited quantities. Items are subject to change. One giveaway item per person, per ticket. For full theme day and promotions schedule, visit bluejays.com/promotions

Hall of Fame

On July 24, 2011, second baseman Roberto Alomar was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame, becoming the first-ever Toronto Blue Jays player to be honoured in Cooperstown, New York. The 12-time All-Star played five seasons in Toronto, winning two World Series Championships in 1992 and 1993. His .307 career average as a Blue Jay is the highest mark in club history (minimum 2000 plate appearances). He also ranks 2nd in stolen bases (206) and 5th on the Blue Jays all-time list in triples (36). The 1992 American League Championship Series Most Valuable Player batted .373 in 29 postseason games as a Blue Jay, with eight extra base hits and 18 RBI. His 9th inning home run against Dennis Eckersley in Game Four of the 1992 ALCS remains one of the greatest moments in club history. His 10 Gold Gloves are the most for any second baseman in Major League history and four Silver Slugger awards are second to only Ryne Sandberg on the all-time list. In conjunction with his induction to the National Baseball Hall of Fame, the Toronto Blue Jays retired Alomar's No. 12 on July 31, 2011 in a pre-game ceremony at Rogers Centre. The only other retired number the club currently observes is Jackie Robinson's No. 42, which was retired throughout Major League Baseball in 1997.

Injury Release

Prior to, during and following the game experience, including during all batting practices, fielding practices and warm-ups, items such as baseballs, bats and fragments thereof may be thrown or hit into the stands. For everyone's safety, please stay alert and be aware of your surroundings. Any guest who is concerned with his or her seat location should contact any game or event staff for an alternate seat location. The holder of a ticket to any Toronto Blue Jays game voluntarily assumes all risks of any injury or other loss incidental to the sport of baseball, all associated activities and/or his/her attendance at the stadium (including, without limitation, injury suffered from bats, balls or other objects projected into or within the stands), and hereby releases Rogers Blue Jays Baseball Partnership, Rogers Stadium Limited Partnership, Major League Baseball, the Commissioner, the opposing club and their respective corporate affiliates, agents and employees (including players) from any and all liability, regardless of whether such injury or loss occurs before, during or after the actual playing of the game and whether such injury or loss is caused by any person's negligence or otherwise.

Jays Care Foundation

Used intentionally, baseball has the power to create lasting social change for children and youth. That’s why we help kids get involved in the game, build safe places in which they can play and support organizations dedicated to improving the lives of all Canadian kids.

For more information on specific Jays Care Foundation events and initiatives, please visit www.jayscare.com.

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Jays Shop Online

Looking to purchase Toronto Blue Jays merchandise from the comfort of your own home? You can conveniently shop for official merchandise online at www.jaysshop.ca or by calling 1 (877) JAYS-SHOP (529-7746) or at 416-341-2903 to place an order with one of our customer service representatives.

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Jays Shop Stadium Edition

Fans are invited to shop at the Jays Shop Stadium Edition, which carries the largest selection of Toronto Blue Jays merchandise, apparel, collectables, novelties and so much more. Located beside Gate 5, it is the largest team store in all of Canada. You can enter from street level or during Blue Jays games from inside the stadium on the 100 Level concourse by Section 112. This 8,000 square-foot facility is open seven days a week from 10:00am to 5:00pm with extended hours on Blue Jays game dates (generally closing 30 minutes post-game). For more information, please call 416-341-2904.

Jays Shop

This boutique styled store features a curated selection of upscale merchandise. The store is located on Level 1 of CF Toronto Eaton Centre, towards the Dundas side. The hours of operation are:

  • Monday - Friday: 10:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
  • Saturday: 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
  • Sunday: 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

For more information, please call (416) 792-5254.

Jersey Cresting

Jays Shop Stadium Edition and Jays Shop at CF Toronto Eaton Centre are pleased to provide jersey cresting on location for guests purchasing jerseys. For more information, please call (416) 341-2904 for Jays Shop™ Stadium Edition or (416) 792-5254 for Jays Shop™ Toronto Eaton Centre

Lady Jays

Comprised of the wives and family members of current Blue Jays players and coaches, the Lady Jays are committed to assisting the club in delivering upon many of its community initiatives and participate in numerous charitable events throughout the season.

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Pocket Schedules

Fans looking to track the Blue Jays throughout the season can obtain pocket schedules from the Box Office and all Guest Services locations. Schedules can also be obtained by mail by sending a Self-Addressed Stamped Envelope to:

Toronto Blue Jays Baseball Club
Attn: Fan Services
One Blue Jays Wat, Suite 3200
Toronto, Ont.
M5V1j1

Scorecards

Both a scorecard and a pencil are included in the purchase of a PLAYBALL Program for $5.00.

Toronto Blue Jays Official Media Guide

Issued to scouts, journalists and broadcasters – and also made available to fans in bookstores – the Official Media Guide offers career records, biographical notes and season-by-season records for both current and new Toronto Blue Jays players. For fans interested in the history of the organization, it also includes a complete listing of all-time Blue Jays statistics and records through the previous season, as well as Minor League stats for all Blue Jays prospects.

Tours of Rogers Centre

Guests can take a behind-the-scenes ballpark tour of Rogers Centre, one of Toronto's most popular tourist attractions. Tours operate daily (stadium schedule permitting). For more information on tours please visit www.rogerscentre.com

Video Display Board

In 2005, the Toronto Blue Jays installed state of the art LED video display boards by Daktronics. The main screen in centre field measures 110 feet across and 33 feet high. Two large screens, used largely for out-of-town scores, have been built into the outfield wall, each measuring 65 feet across and 10 feet high. Two more video screens stretch outwards on the concrete facing the 300-Level, reaching from the main screen in centre field down the first and third base lines. The screens can carry fully integrated video or messages, or work independently.