Toronto Blue Jays


Full NameToronto Blue Jays

Nick NameThe Jays


GroundRogers Centre

Team Owner(s)Rogers Communications



The Toronto Blue Jays are a Canadian professional baseball team based out of Toronto, Canada. They are a member club of the American League (AL) East Division which compete in Major League Baseball (MLB). They are the second MLB franchise to be based out of the United States, and currently, the only team based outside of the county after the Montreal Expos became the Washinton Nationals in 2005. The name "Blue Jays" originates from the bird of the same name, and blue is also the traditional color of Toronto's collegiate and professional sports teams including the Maple Leafs (ice hockey) and the Argonauts (Canadian football). They are also fondly referred to as “The Jays” and “The Buffalo Blue Jays.”

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Rogers Centre

Toronto Blue Jays: History

An expansion franchise, the club was founded in Toronto in 1977. The team has won two AL pennants and two World Series titles (1992, 1993). They then became the first team based outside the United States to capture the World Series, defeating the Atlanta Braves in a memorable six-game series. The team was originally based at Exhibition Stadium, they began playing its home games at SkyDome upon its opening in 1989. The SkyDome was renamed to Rogers Centre after the Rogers Communication takeover of the franchise. The Blue Jays have had 9 players inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Cito Gaston, their two time World Series Championship coach was also inducted into the hall of fame.

Toronto Blue Jays in the Recent Years

The Toronto Blue Jays had their first winning season in 1983. Two years lates, they became division champions. From 1985 to 1993, the Blue Jays were an AL East powerhouse, winning five division championships in nine seasons, including three consecutive from 1991 to 1993. During that run, the team also became back-to-back World Series champions in 1992 and 1993. The Blue Jays became the first team outside the U.S. to appear in and win a World Series, and the fastest AL expansion team to do so, winning in its 16th year. As of 2019, they are one of only two MLB franchises that are undefeated through multiple World Series appearances, along with the National League's Miami Marlins. From 1977 to 2021, the Blue Jays' overall win-loss record is 3,506–3,557 (.496).

Toronto Blue Jays Team Awards

Toronto Blue Jays Post Season History

YearRound OpponentResult
2016AL Championship SeriesCleveland Indians Lost, 1-4
AL Division SeriesTexas Rangers Won, 3-0
AL Wild Card Game Baltimore OriolesWon, 4-2
2015AL Championship SeriesKansas City RoyalsLost, 2-4
AL Division SeriesTexas RangersWon, 3-2
1993World SeriesPhiladelphia PhilliesWon, 4-2
AL Championship SeriesChicago White SocksWon, 4-2
1992World SeriesAtlanta Braves Won, 4-2
AL Championship SeriesOakland A’sWon, 4-2
1991AL Championship SeriesMinnesota Twins Lost, 1-4
1989AL Championship SeriesOakland A’sLost, 1-4
1985AL Championship SeriesKansas City RoyalsLost, 3-4

Current Toronto Blue Jays Roster - MLB 2022

Pitchers Catchers Infielders Outfielders
Jose Berrios Danny Jansen Bo BichetteJackie Bradley Jr.
Kevin GausmanAlejandro KirkCavan Biggio Teoscar Hernandez
Yusei KikuchiGabriel MorenoMatt ChapmanGeorge Springer
Alek Manoah Vladimir Guerrero Jr.Raimel Tapia
Ross Stripling Otto Lopez Bradley Zimmer
Mitch White Whit Merrifield
Anthony Bass
Adam Cimber
Yimi Garcia
Tim Mayza
David Phelps
Zach Pop
Trevor Richards
Jordan Romano

Owner: Roger Communications

Home Stadium: Rogers Centre

Manager: John Schneider (interim)

Bench Coach: Casey Candaele (interim)

Coach: Adam Yudelman

Pitching Coach: Pete Walker

Pitching Strategist: David Howell

Bullpen Catcher: Luis Hurtado

Pitching: Pete Walker

Bullpen: Matt Buschmann

Hitting: Guillermo Martinez

Hitting Strategist: Dave Hudgens

Field Coordinator: Gil Kim

Bullpen Catcher: Alex Andreopoulos

First Base: Mark Budzinski

Third Base: Luis Rivera

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