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7.25.17

Blue Jays Mailbag: Who to Keep, Who to Sell, and Why There's Hope for 2018

Andrew Stoeten explores what the slumping Blue Jays should and shouldn't do as MLB's trade deadline approaches.

5.29.17

Blue Jays Mailbag: Biagini's Future Role, and How to Fix Left Field Mess

Andrew Stoeten answers roster questions about a Blue Jays team that is suddenly hot and almost back to full health.

1.6.17

The Molson Amphitheatre Is Now the Budweiser Stage, Torontonians Will Still Call It Molson

Do YOU call the Skydome the Rogers Centre? Thought not.

10.19.16

There Were Empty Seats at the Start of Jays Game Because Everyone Was Stuck Outside

It probably has something to do with the 4:00 PM start time and people trying to leave work as late as possible.

10.5.16

Encarnacion Hits Walk-Off Homer to Power Blue Jays past Orioles in Thrilling AL Wild-Card Game

Toronto beat Baltimore 5-2 in 11 innings in what was an instant postseason classic.

9.14.16

How the Blue Jays' Success Could Influence next Year's Expenditures

Jays president Mark Shapiro wants to upgrade the Rogers Centre and indicated a bigger payroll could be on the horizon. But reaching the playoffs again will be key to secure more ticket sales and generate extra revenue.

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4.6.16

Check out Toronto's New-Look Infield That Was Modeled after Baltimore's

On Friday, for the first time in the Blue Jays' history, they will play on a regulation dirt infield, just as the other 29 big-league teams do.

2.3.16

Inside the Blue Jays' Switch to a Dirt Infield

Everything you need to know about the dirt infield that will occupy Rogers Centre for the 2016 season.

10.15.15

A Game That Will Never Be Forgotten

The Blue Jays' dramatic do-or-die Game 5 win over the Rangers was an instant postseason classic.

10.14.15

Blue Jays Punch Ticket to ALCS with Wild Game 5 Win over Rangers

The Blue Jays advanced to the ALCS with a 6-3 win over Texas in one of the most dramatic games in franchise history.

10.2.15

How the Blue Jays Won the AL East

Jose Bautista and Edwin Encarnacion continued to mash, while Alex Anthopoulos made a number of high-profile trades to help power the Blue Jays to their first division title since 1993.

9.24.15

​The Series That Ended the AL East Dogfight

The Blue Jays all but secured the AL East by winning a pivotal series against the Yankees at an electric Rogers Centre. It felt like playoff baseball.

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