2015 Toronto Blue Jays Schedule
The Blue Jays fought through injuries in 2014 and showed just how potent they actually
are, particularly offensively while once again being one of the top run-producers in the entire league. The Blue Jays again
finished with a winning record and look to be the type of franchise that is headed in the right direction, which is a good
thing because they play in the ultra-competitive A.L. East. There is nothing quite like being in the stands when the game
is on the line and the Jays are digging in looking to put the final touches on a huge win, as this is a team that has a great
fan base that is never exactly lacking in passion and fanfare.
In another season absolutely loaded with great matchups
that are sure to have fans talking, fans will be pouring into the stands in a very big way to see if the Blue Jays have what
it takes to rise all the way to the top of the division. 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. Put it all together and you can
count on the Rogers Centre to be absolutely hopping with fans who know how to provide the backbone of home-field advantage,
as the Jays routinely have one of the best advantages in the entire league.
But it's also not just about the home games
either, as seeing the Jays on the road is one of those things that every fan needs to do sooner or later. Come out and see
the Jays take to the field during a highly anticipated road matchup and you'll end up seeing your favorite team from a completely
different perspective – one that simply can't be duplicated from home no matter how hard you try. When your favorite
Jay is headed to the plate in a crucial spot that has the potential to silence the home crowd, it simply doesn't get any better
than this. Either way, the 2015 Toronto Blue Jays schedule is loaded with options, making them a team that you'll definitely
keep your eye on.
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. With Jose Bautista and Edwin Encarnacion leading the way and guys like Jose Reyes, Mark Buehrle,
R.A. Dickey and more also showing some major flashes of dominance, the Jays have the type of well-rounded roster that can
do some major damage in the A.L. East if it all comes together. Known for playing an exciting style of baseball in which absolutely
anything can happen, the Jays have a promising team that has all types of potential moving forward.
The MLB Experience
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 the game on your high-def TV.
Toronto Blue Jays History
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.
Toronto Blue Jays Trivia
Did you know who holds the
Blue Jays single-season record for most doubles in a season?
The answer is Carlos Delgado, who smacked 57 doubles in
2000 to set the all-time Blue Jays record. Though Delgado is often known for his majestic home runs, he was also a great all-around
hitter, which he showed in a very big way in 2000 on his way to established Jays' records for slugging percentage (.664),
OPS (1.134) and doubles. That year, he also slugged 41 homers and drove 137 RBIs in one of the greatest hitting seasons in
Blue Jay history.
Toronto Blue Jays Fans
Year in and year out, Rogers Centre is always hopping with fans
that know how to show their support, and the intensity gets taken up to a whole new level when it comes to all of the crucial
games of a regular season. Be there for all of the highlight-reel catches, clutch homers and bench-gripping moments as the
Blue Jays look to pile up the wins and make another playoff run. This is a great sports city and the fanfare surrounding the
Blue Jays remains extremely strong, which helps to make for the perfect backdrop whenever the Jays hit the diamond looking
to put together a win on their home turf.