2014 Toronto Blue Jays Schedule
One look at the schedule and you'll see that there aren't exactly a lack of options
this season if you're looking for top-tier Major League Baseball, as the schedule is popping with possibilities for fans ready
to see the Blue Jays make a move up the A.L. East standings. Come out and see the Blue Jays as they hope to reach their potential
by pile up the wins in the most competitive division in baseball, providing lots of reasons to get excited to see if the Jays
have what it takes this season. But even though home games at the Rogers Centre in Toronto are obvious musts for fans, so
too are the plethora of away match-ups that are sure to have fans heading out to see their Jays in action.
With a talented
pitching staff and some big-time playmakers on offense, this is a team that you definitely need to keep your eye on this season
as they take aim at the top of the A.L. East standings and swing for the fences. There will be no shortage of skyscraping
homers, sensational defensive plays and nail-biting moments that have become standard operating procedure over the years for
the Jays, and you'll see loud and clear what the difference is between following the action from home and actually being right
in the thick of the crowd.
When you get a chance to watch your favorite team silence the
home crowd with a towering homer or an unbelievable double-play, you'll be glad that you're not sitting anywhere else. The
schedule this season is loaded with possibilities, from home games against prominent divisional foes to away interleague match-ups
against teams the Jays don't usually get to play, making this a schedule to follow throughout the season as the Jays look
to make it happen. One thing you can bank on is that there will be plenty of bench-gripping moments throughout the season,
as the Jays have a reputation of having a flair for the dramatic whenever they take on another talented opponent.
Great players like Roberto Alomar, Paul Molitor, Joe Carter and many, many more, have all worn Jays, giving the
Jays an illustrious history that makes them one of the top franchises in the American League. The schedule is loaded each
and every season with exhilarating match-ups, giving you plenty of reasons to get your plans together to make sure that you
don't miss a game that will have everyone buzzing all over town. Thanks to a roster loaded with superstars year in and year
out, the Jays definitely aren't going to go quietly this season as they hope to again challenge for a title and give their
fans another memorable year of Major League Baseball.
Toronto Blue Jays Trivia
Did you know that Jose
Bautista currently holds the all-time record for most homers in a season in a Blue Jays uniform?
Even though there have
been some big-time power hitters come through this franchise, Bautista took it to a whole different level when he belted 54
homers for the Jays in 2010. Playing well on both the road and at home, Bautista put together one of the greatest hitting
seasons in the history of the franchise and currently remains the gold standard for home run hitting in Toronto.
Blue Jays History
The early '90s was a great time to be a Jays fan, as you would have seen the team win two World Series
titles ('92, '93) with one of the best teams in the 1990s, thanks to Joe Carter and Roberto Alomar leading the way. These
days, the Jays are in another exciting era with a roster filled with players that can turn a game on a dime, making it always
a good idea to come out and see a great match-up loaded with some of the most explosive ballplayers in the world. But it's
not only about the glory days for the Jays, however, as they remain a contender from year to year thanks to a great overall
franchise and that tends to have plenty of superstars come to town.
Even though the Jays are
a great watch at home, it can be just as exhilarating to see them take to the field against a talented team on the road, and
the schedule is bursting with 81 different chances to see the Jays do their thing away from home. When your favorite player
silences the home crowd with a majestic blast into the upper deck, you'll be glad that you finally made that road Jays match-up
you had circled on your calendar into a reality. These are fans that know a thing or two about watching winning baseball,
and you're sure to find a solid Jays crowd no matter where the game ends being played. And once the game is on the line and
the buzz of the crowd is reaching the next level, you'll see that there is no duplicating the atmosphere anywhere outside
of the stadium.