Blue Jays Update – Week of August 15th
The Toronto Blue Jays are looking to get back into the mix after a
fairly forgettable couple of weeks, though they're still right in the middle of the action in terms of the wildcard. A tough
series against the Mariners didn't help at all, but the Blue Jays have proven again and again that they are one of the more
resilient teams in the entire league. Now more than ever, the Blue Jays need to band together and some bringing down the wins,
as they enter a crucial part of their schedule that will tell fans a lot about their playoff chances.
The Jays will
also have to do it on the road in the short-term as well, as they'll first head to Chicago to take on the White Sox before
heading to Milwaukee for a competitive series against the Milwaukee Brewers. Then they'll come back home to take on A.L. East
foes Tampa Bay, Boston and New York to round out the month of August. But while some might view such powerhouses on their
schedule as a thorn in their side, the Jays see games against their A.L. East foes as a major opportunity to make a statement
that they'll be right there until the end of the season swinging their way towards the playoffs.
Of course, it helps
that the Blue Jays have a red-hot Jose Bautista who is starting to really turn the corner. Though he hasn't been hitting too
many long balls, Bautista has been a consistent threat with runners in scoring position, giving him one of this best months
of the year so far. With Bautista looking to continue bashing in the heart of the order and the rest of the lineup looking
to pick up the slack as well, the Blue Jays still have a lot of baseball to be played and fans are optimistic that their season
will end on a high note.
Blue Jays Update – Week of August 8th
Even with somewhat of a down stretch
finally, the Blue Jays still have dome some serious damage already in the second half of the season, with series wins against
the Red Sox (twice, actually) and the Yankees as well as the Rangers, putting them right at the heels of the Orioles for the
top spot in the A.L. East. After losing a tough one to the Orioles and dropping two-of-three from the division leaders, the
Blue Jays will be looking to get right back to a new winning streak, which is something this resilient squad has been able
to do throughout the season.
But even though the Jays ended up losing to the Orioles in the series, the series also
wasn't without its bright spots either. In particular, Drew Hutchinson pitched an absolute gem in game two of the series,
going 8 2/3 innings, letting up one earned run and bringing home his eighth win of the season. In the game, the Jays also
jumped all over Wei-Yin Chen, giving him a rare loss and dropping his record to 12-4. The Jays continue to be one of the very
top offensive units in the league and the Jays will be looking to keep that up coming down the home stretch as they try to
inch closer to the Orioles.
The division title isn't the only way into the playoffs for the Jays either, however, as
Along with the Royals, Mariners, Indians and Yankees, the Blue Jays sit right at the edge of the wildcard chase as well, setting
up for what should be an unbelievable race to the finish as the Jays look to swing their way into the postseason. With the
promise of some great baseball on the horizon and a team that continually shows they have plenty of fight, this is what Toronto
Blue Jays baseball is all about.
Blue Jays Update – Week of August 1
With the Jays turning it up
a notch and getting a nice winning streak going recently, the Blue Jays have shown that they have no intention of giving the
division up to the Baltimore Orioles. The Jays have won all four series since the All-Star break, including two different
ones (one home, one away) against the Red Sox, one against the Yankees and one against the Texas Rangers. Now is the time
when the good teams separate from the mediocre ones, and the Blue Jays have been looking to make a statement that they're
going to be right there to the end of the season to swing their way towards a playoff spot.
To cap off a three-game
series sweep in Boston, the Blue Jays also got a nice lift from Mark Buehrle. After getting off to a great start, Buehrle
has had some rough patches during the season, though he was in top form when he silenced the Red Sox to pick up his 11th win
of the season on July 30th. Earlier in the series, the Blue Jays showed the other way that they can bring home a win, as Melky
Cabrera belted two homers and Ryan Goins tallied four hits in a 14-1 rampage to set the tone for the entire series.
Blue Jays will also be looking to keep the road momentum going as well, as they'll head to Houston for a four-game set before
coming home for one of the most anticipated series of the season as they take on the Orioles in a crucial three-game series.
With the Orioles right there at the top of the division along with the Blue Jays, Baltimore-Toronto is going to be a wild
one that could even end up deciding the division, as this is a race that looks like it's shaping up to be a close one that
goes all the way down to the wire this season.
Blue Jays Update – Week of July 25
With the A.L.
East setting up to be a potentially classic race for the divisional title, the Blue Jays are right in the thick of the action
and will be looking to get off to a good start for the second half of the season. Coming off the All-Star break, the Jays
are hoping to get their main slugger, Edwin Encarnacion, back into the lineup sometime in the next couple of weeks, which
would give their entire potent lineup a major boost as they look to keep pace with the Yankees and chase down the Orioles.
Though it won't be easy thanks to the talent level in the division, the Jays definitely won't be going quietly the rest of
the season and fans are optimistic that they'll be right there to the end of the season to fight for a playoff spot.
course, it helps that the Jays came swinging right out of the gate following the All-Star break. After taking two out of three
from the Rangers, the Blue Jays then took two more games for the Red Sox to get them right back on track. During the first
week past the All-Star break, J.A. Happ and R.A. Dickey both pulled down wins exactly when the Jays needed it, and they'll
be hoping to keep the wins coming until Encarnacion can get back into the lineup.
It definitely won't be easy from here,
however, as the Jays need to again prove that they can win some big games on the road. After the home series against the Red
Sox, the Jays will head to New York for a crucial three-game set in the Bronx against the Pinstripes before heading to Beantown
to take on the Red Sox at Fenway. Then it will be on to Houston for a four-game set against the Astros before returning home,
where they'll take on the A.L. East-leading Orioles and the A.L. Central-leading Tigers in a very important home stand to
start the month of August.
Blue Jays Update – Week of July 11
It's been an incredibly competitive
first half of the season in the A.L. East, and this one certainly looks like it's going to go right down to the wire. Just
when you think the Blue Jays are headed for a short skid, back to the top of the division they go, with the Orioles continuing
to battle blow-for-blow with the Blue Jays in the standings. Then there are the Yankees, who are also right on the edge of
the playoff picture in the A.L. East, making for the most interesting divisional race in Major League Baseball this season.
fans are excited to see the Blue Jays right in the thick of it. Though they haven't made the playoffs in a while, the Jays
have a very explosive roster with players across the board taking their game up a notch. Losing Encarnacion for a few games
will make it somewhat tough in the short-term, but the Jays also have shown that they have a wide variety of contributors
from one game and series to the next, making them one of the most balanced teams in the entire league. With Jose Bautista
and Melky Cabrera looking to hold down the fort until Encarnacion is back in the lineup, the Jays still have plenty of firepower.
Blue Jays also have a golden opportunity to head into the All-Star break with a few much-needed wins. After scuffling a touch
in Oakland and Los Angeles on a six-game West Coast road trip, the Jays head back to the East Coast for a series against the
Tampa Bay Rays, giving the Jays to take some big divisional wins back home with them during the break. From there, the Jays
will have a nice seven-game home stand to start the second half, starting with the Texas Rangers before hosting defending
Blue Jays Update – Week of July 4
If we've learned anything about the first half
of the season, it's that this year's A.L. East divisional race has all the makings of a classic. So far this year, the well-balanced
Blue Jays have come out swinging, surging to a lead in the toughest division in baseball and helping to push the defending
champion Red Sox all the way close to the bottom of the division. With arguably the most explosive offense in the league and
some great starting pitching, the Blue Jays look like the team to beat in the A.L. East this season, though both the Yankees
and the Orioles have shown that they have no intention of just rolling over either.
Everyone has heard about the big
three (Cabrera, Bautista and Encarnacion) this season, and for good reason considering how well they've hit all year long.
Both home and away, the Jays have absolutely jumped all over pitching, launching Bautista and Encarnacion right into the heart
of the MVP discussion and Cabrera also continuing to put up massive numbers that speak to how underrated he actually is on
the national stage. But Jays' fans know that it's not all about the big three either, as you can't overlook key contributions
from guys like Adam Lind, Jose Reyes and Brett Lawrie as well.
Then there is the pitching staff, which has been very
good so far this season despite having to go up against a string of great offenses on a regular basis. Mark Buehrle is clearly
dominating this season, putting his name into the hat with the other Cy Young candidates, but R.A. Dickey and Drew Hutchinson
have also made some great starts as well, giving the Jays a very tough rotation that gives them a chance to win every time
they take to the diamond. Though it's definitely not going to be easy, the Jays seem to have the pedigree to make a serious
run at the division title and another playoff run.
Blue Jays Update – Week of June 27
were doubtless a couple of misguided fans throughout the season who thought the Jays' early success was a bit fluky, a steady
stream of wins is the perfect way to prove otherwise. As we approach the halfway point to the regular season, the Jays continue
to put together big wins, both inside and outside of the division. Recently, the Jays shrugged off a three-game sweet against
the Yankees by coming back and taking two-of-three less than a week later, which is the sign of a talented team that is clearly
not intimidated by the other powerhouses in the division.
Of course, much has been talked and written about the Jays'
potent lineup, and for good reason. Edwin Encarnacion continues to battle reigning MVP Miguel Cabrera for the league lead
in RBIs and Jose Bautista is having an extraordinary season in the heart of the lineup. Then there's Melky Cabrera, who gives
the Jays another major bat that has also caused quite a bit of damage. All in all, the Jays have put together a hitting machine
up in Toronto, with six different hitters in double-digits in homers and just as many tallying at least 30 RBIs on the season.
With that type of balance, it's been "pick your poison" for opposing pitchers throughout the season so far, and that doesn't
seem likely to change.
With the Jays holding a lead in the A.L. East, the next few weeks will be crucial, as the Jays
would love to head into the All-Star break with a clean lead in the toughest division in baseball. To do that, the Jays will
need strong showings at home against the White Sox and Brewers before heading to Oakland, where they'll take on the A's in
a crucial four-game set against the A.L. West leaders. The Jays will then stay on the road to take on the Angels and the Rays,
providing a major opportunity to take out some of the top teams in the A.L. before getting a little breather during the All-Star
Blue Jays Update – Week of June 20
Even after cooling off just a touch, the Blue Jays and
their fans love where this team is at right now, with a lead of a couple games on the rest of the A.L. East and one of the
top offenses in the league continuing to flourish. Sure, a 162-game schedule is bound to make it a little bit difficult on
even a good team sooner or later, and the Blue Jays now have an opportunity to bounce back from a rough patch and get their
season headed back in the right direction. Most importantly, though, the Jays continue to swing some very hot bats, giving
fans plenty of reasons to think that a new winning streak is right around the corner.
In between a couple of tough losses,
the Jays still had some major bright spots, including in a really nice outing from J.A. Happ to close out a four-game set
in Baltimore against the Orioles. With the O's trying to build a little momentum and move closer to the Jays, Happ pitched
six strong innings, letting up just one earned run and improving his record to 6-3 on the season. More important, the outing
made sure that the Orioles wouldn't be gaining any ground on the Blue Jays this time around, keeping the Jays comfortably
at the top of the division.
During the win, the Orioles also got a reminder of why the Jays are so dangerous, particularly
with Edwin Encarnacion still swinging a red-hot bat in the heart of the order. Though his numbers have slowed a little bit
following his straight up ridiculous June, in which he bashed 16 homers and drove in 33 runs, Encarnacion has still been a
major factor while providing protection for Jose Bautista. With the Blue Jays looking to build up some momentum heading deeper
into the regular season, fans are definitely liking their chances of seeing Toronto swing their way into the playoffs.
Blue Jays Update – Week of June 13
With arguably the best offense in baseball and the second best record
in the American League, it's looking pretty good right now for the Blue Jays, though they also know that this is the not the
time to get complacent. As the Yankees start to get healthy and the Orioles continue to make it tough on everyone they play,
the Blue Jays know they're in for a fight the rest of the season in the A.L. East, though fans certainly have to like their
chances after the signs the Jays have shown so far. Even after a couple of losses to the Cardinals and the Twins, the Blue
Jays have proven that they aren't going to get rattled by a mild losing streak.
It also helps in a big way that the
Blue Jays have what many consider to be the best core part of a lineup out of any team in the entire league. Jose Bautista
is now well-established as one of the premier power hitters in the league and is having yet another brilliant season, leading
the team in batting average and on-base percentage. But it's not just about Bautista either, as Melky Cabrera is having a
great season and Edwin Encarnacion is starting to swing a red-hot bat that is already propelling the Jays to some big wins.
With Encarnacion now amongst the league leaders in power production, specifically homers, the Jays have an unbelievably tough
lineup to get through no matter who takes the bump against them.
And the Jays will need that offense to keep on clicking
as they hit the road for a crucial part of their schedule. After a four-game set in Baltimore, the Blue Jays will then head
to the Bronx to take on the Yankees before heading to Cincinnati for a little interleague play against the Reds. Then it's
back home for another three-game set against the Yankees, which will give the Jays yet another opportunity to put some distance
between themselves and the rest of the standouts in the ultra-competitive A.L. East.
Blue Jays Update –
Week of June 6
If you haven't been paying attention to the Blue Jays, well, it's probably time to start. The Blue Jays
have been the hottest team in baseball in recent weeks, propelling them to the top of the A.L. East standings despite it being
arguably the toughest division in all of baseball. Continuing their red hot baseball, the Blue Jays went to Detroit and swept
the A.L. Central-leading Tigers in their own ballpark, making it a big-time statement that the Jays are not a team to be trifled
with. And that's mainly because the Blue Jays have been showing an ability to do a little bit of everything, dominating on
both the mound and in the batter's box.
With that formula, it's been really translating into wins galore, as the Blue
Jays entered a home series against the Cardinals having not been beaten in a series since they lost one to the Angels all
the way near the beginning of May. The Blue Jays have already had their fair share of major winning strikes as well, opening
a significant lead in the A.L. East over the Yankees, the team that routinely are picked to win the division.
recent five-game winning streak, the Blue Jays also showed exactly what makes them so dangerous. Over that span, the Jays
didn't let up more than three runs and averaged more than seven, which has been the type of baseball that fans have come to
expect from the Jays. With Mark Buehrle already up to 10 wins on the season and counting and Melky Cabrera, Jose Bautista
and Edwin Encarnacion locking down arguably the top lineup in the league, the Jays have their fans thinking about a lot more
than just winning the division. Thanks to a nice home stand upcoming against the Cards and the Twins, the Blue Jays will be
looking to keep up the momentum and extend their lead even further in the A.L. East.
Jays Update – Week
of May 16
After winning five straight games recently to get right back into the heart of the A.L. East standings, the
Blue Jays are looking to continue their strong May with plenty of big matchups that will bring them up against other superstars.
But the Jays are gaining a reputation as having one of the very best lineups in the league, giving them a chance to take down
a win every time they take to the diamond. With the second highest slugging percentage in the league and the fourth most runs,
the Blue Jays can slug it out with any team in league.
And one of the reasons why that holds true is because of Jose
Bautista, who remains one of the most feared hitters in all of Major League Baseball. With an OPS hovering near 1.000, Bautista
has been one of the most productive hitters in the league, belting 10 homers and 28 RBIs in his first 40 games of the season
while posting an on-base percentage above.430. Melky Cabrera Edwin Encarnacion and Brett Lawrie have also been major factors
in the heart of the lineup as well. With three hitters having 23 RBIs or more by mid-May, the Blue Jays have one of the best-rounded
lineups in the league, which has been the key to remaining around.500 in the toughest division in baseball.
couldn't overstate how good Mark Buehrle has been, as the veteran southpaw has been one of the most dominant players in the
entire league. After going six innings at home recently to beat the Angels recently, Buehrle improved to 7-1 on the season
and holds an ERA near 2.00, providing a major spark in their rotation. With Buehrle in top form and the Blue Jays continuing
to mash even the best pitchers in the league, the Jays look like they'll be right in the heart of the race for the division
Blue Jays Update – Week of May 9
Even hovering around.500 heading into the middle of
May, the Toronto Blue Jays have shown plenty of signs so far this season as they look to round into form and make their move
up the A.L. East standings. With two recent shutouts of the Phillies and other big wins against the Pirates and Red Sox in
recent weeks, the Blue Jays have shown they can do it both in the batter's box and on the mound, giving them a chance to win
every time they take to the diamond.
Of course, a major factor so far this season has been Mark Buehrle, who has been
one of the most dominant pitchers in all of Major League Baseball so far. Leading the A.L. in wins with six following his
seven shutout innings against the Phillies recently, Buehrle looks locked and loaded this season and has been baffling hitters
all over the league at this point. It also doesn't hurt that Buehrle has an ERA below 2.00, putting him in position to win
plenty of games moving forward if he can keep it going. Also showing some major signs has been Drew Hutchinson, who was leading
the team in strikeouts with 44 following his seventh start of the season.
But even though the pitching has mostly been
there for the Blue Jays, this is still a team that can bash the ball with any other team in the league. Jose Bautista continues
to get on base at a league-leading clip while also leading the Jays in homers and RBIs, though Melky Cabrera also has been
a major factor as he leads the team in batting average and hits. Even pitcher Hutchinson got into the act recently by going
two-for-three during an interleague matchup with the Phillies. With a big home stand against the Angels and Indians on the
horizon before hitting the road to take on the Rangers and Red Sox, the Blue Jays have plenty of opportunities in the coming
weeks to push themselves well above the.500 mark.
Blue Jays Update – Week of April 25th
the top of the standings in the A.L. East, even though it's probably the toughest division in baseball, the Blue Jays are
back to their usual tricks. Though they have plenty of pitching talent as well, they're scoring runs as well as just about
any team in the league, racking up the most runs in the division and continuing to bash pitchers in just about every single
series. A lot of it, of course, starts with Jose Bautista, who is unsurprisingly near the top of the A.L. in homers and runs
produced in the early portion of the 2014 season. Bautista has been so dominant, actually, that he's far and away the leader
in walks around the entire league.
And that's just fine with the Blue Jays, as Bautista's bat now has the type of recognition
that allows him to get on base at a faster clip than anyone else, setting the stage for the rest of the lineup to score plenty
of runs. Melky Cabrera has also been dominating, hitting higher than.350 through the first few weeks of the season, and Brett
Lawrie has been knocking in runs better than any other Blue Jay. Put it all together and the Jays have quite the potential
in the lineup, giving them a chance to win every time out.
After winning series against the Indians, the Astros and
the Orioles in the early going, the Blue Jays will have a chance to keep up the early success as they take on the Red Sox
at home and then head over to Kansas City to take on the Royals. The month of May will also start with an interesting matchup
as the Jays head to Pittsburgh for their first interleague matchups of the season. With the Jays looking to continue their
move up the A.L. East standings, each upcoming series is a chance to do exactly that.
Blue Jays Update –
Week of April 18th
Looking at the stat sheet for the Blue Jays through the first half of April, it's the usual suspects
in the batter's box making it more than difficult on the rest of the pitchers in the American League, which is pretty much
what Jays' fans have come to expect in recent seasons. Jose Bautista knocked five homers out of the park and drove in 10 RBIs
in his first 14 games of the season, once again making him one of the best run producers in the entire American League in
the process in the early going. Then there's Melky Cabrera, hitting well above.300 in April and providing the type of spark
that has helped give the Jays one of the most prolific offenses in the league so far. Getting on base nearly half of the time
in early April, Adam Lind gives the Jays yet another major threat at the plate, providing in more reason for opposing pitchers
to have nightmares before taking the bump against the Blue Jays.
With series wins against the Rays, the Orioles and
the Astros in the early going, the Jays are already showing the type of consistency that will be vital to their chances in
the A.L. East, where all five of the teams have shown that it's going to be a long season of battling for supremacy. Good
thing that the Jays also have some big-time talent on the mound, with Mark Buehrle improving to 3-0 in his first three starts
and dominant bullpen hurlers like Brett Cecil and Sergio Santos both shortening the game and making it very difficult on the
opposition already this season. As the Jays finish out the month of April with tough matchups against the Orioles, the Red
Sox and the Royals, they'll be looking to wrap up the month on a high note as they hope to chase down the Yankees atop the
Blue Jays Update – Week of April 11th
It's not exactly a surprise that the Blue Jays
have some firepower at the plate, and they're once again showing their prowess as they look to make their move up the standings
in the toughest divisions in baseball. With Jose Bautista smacking the ball out of the park and Melky Cabrera doing a bit
of everything, the Blue Jays can do it all when they're digging in, giving them a chance to win every time they take to the
diamond. Splitting tough early series with division rivals Tampa and then getting a big shutout of the Yankees as well has
the Jays thinking about making a move up the A.L. East.
On the hill, the Jays also aren't exactly lacking in firepower,
as Mark Buehrle ripped through lineups in his first two starts of the season and both Brandon Morrow and R.A. Dickey have
shown signs of brilliance as well. With one of the most balanced rosters in the American League, the Blue Jays should be right
in the thick of the division all season long as they hope to pull it all together, though it definitely helps to get off to
a great start in the first month of the season.
After some tough away series in the early going, the Jays will then
come home to take on the Orioles and the Red Sox to wrap up April, providing a couple more early-season divisional tests in
the process. Other big series on the horizon will be when they take on the Pirates in their first interleague matchups of
the season, which will go down on the road toward the beginning of May. With plenty of big games coming up both at home and
on the road and a team that is gaining a considerable reputation for having plenty of potential, the Jays are one of those
teams that you don't want to miss out on this year.
2014 Toronto Blue Jays Schedule
In another season
absolutely loaded with great matchups that are sure to have fans talking, fans will be pouring into the stands en masse to
see if the Blue Jays have what it takes to rise all the way to the top of the division. The Blue Jays are coming off a decent
2013 season in which they were able to notch 74 wins, but in the extremely competitive AL East that record landed them in
last place. There is a lot to like about this Blue Jays team, however, and fans should see why then they head to the Rogers
Centre this season. It's always a riveting experience to be there in the stands when the Blue Jays hit the field to take on
some of the best teams in Major League Baseball, providing a steady stream of twists, turns and nail-biting moments as the
Jays hope to give their fans another memorable year.
The Blue Jays will have their work cut out for them in the A.L.
East this season, and that's why games against their divisional foes mean so much every time one of those teams comes to Toronto
for a tilt with the Jays. The Rogers Centre should be a packed house when the Boston Red Sox come to town this season, as
the Sox are fresh off a 2013 season in which they went all the way to the World Series and won the World Championship. The
Blue Jays can make a serious statement by taking down the Red Sox at home this season, a statement that will put the rest
of the American League on notice that the Jays are not a team to be trifled with.
The Jays will also host some very
good National League teams this season when interleague play gets up and running. It's always a treat for fans to see teams
that they don't get to see a lot of, and it gives American League fans a chance to familiarize themselves with players from
a different league. Interleague games are some of the most fun every season, and fans always come out to the ball park in
a big way for these contests. Once you're there watching the big game the way it was meant to be seen, you'll understand loud
and clear what Blue Jays baseball is all about.
Toronto Blue Jays Team Info
The Toronto Blue Jays play
in the American League East division of Major League Baseball, a division that also features the Tampa Bay Rays, New York
Yankees, Baltimore Orioles and Boston Red Sox. This is often one of the most competitive divisions in the MLB ranks, and the
Blue Jays have their sights set on the top of the standings. The Jays finished last in the division in 2013, but that can
be misleading when you're dealing with a group of teams as good as this. The Jays managed to win 74 games last season, and
they certainly have to talent to see that number increase significantly in 2014. With Jose Bautista, Edwin Encarnacion and
R.A. Dickey leading the way, the Blue Jays are sure to give their foes some serious fits as they look to swing their way up
the A.L. East standings.
The MLB Experience
Baseball is a part of American and Canadian culture, and fans
of the game love to spend the day at the ballpark enjoying the sport they grew up with. Watching the game from the stands
will make you feel like you're almost in the game itself, and that's what keeps bringing people back to the stadiums year
after year. The Blue Jays are always ready to put on a show for their fans, and you can be there to experience everything
that comes with seeing an MLB game in person this season.
When it's that time of the year and your favorite team is
gearing up for a pennant race, there is only one place to be, and it definitely isn't sitting on your couch watching on your
high-def TV. Ditch the drab living room and get out to the stands, where you'll join in the heart-pounding action in another
intense season of Major League Baseball. Though there are a few other sporting options out there, Major League Baseball remains
the classic game that fans have been enjoying for generations – a trend that isn't likely to slow down any time soon.
Toronto Blue Jays History
The Toronto Blue Jays franchise was founded in 1977. Initially the team played its
home games at the Exhibition Center before moving to the famed SkyDome in 1989. The Jays then moved to their current stadium,
the Rogers Centre in 2005. The Blue Jays won back-to-back World Series titles in 1992 and 1993, one of which was won by a
Joe Carter home run that is one of the most famous players in the history of Major League baseball. With great players like
Carter, Roberto Alomar, Paul Molitor and more dominating for the Jays over the years, this is a team that has a rich history
of stars and a roster always packed with players who can change the direction of a big game in a real hurry.
Blue Jays Trivia
Did you know that current Blue Jays player Joe Bautista holds the franchise record for the most home
runs in a single season?
Bautista hit 54 dingers in 2010 to set the all-time Jays record.
Toronto Blue Jays are always looking to make moves to better the team, dedicated to put a winning product on the field for
the fans to enjoy. The fans of the team appreciate that and regularly show up to the stadium to cheer on their beloved Blue
Jays. Get out to the ballpark this season to see some of the most loyal fans in Major League Baseball cheering their hearts
out for their favorite players. Home or on the road, you can bank on there being plenty of passionate fans that come out to
support the Jays, providing the perfect backdrop throughout the season as the Jays look to round into form and make a run
at the postseason.