Toronto Blue Jays Tickets
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The Toronto Blue Jays are based in Toronto and they play in the East Division of the American League. The Blue Jays were awarded the franchise in 1977. As a new team, the Jays placed their hopes with prospect players instead of veterans. The Jays had a rough start, losing more than 100 games in their first two seasons. However, the Jays saw constant improvements from then on. For six seasons, they were seventh place in the AL and saw improvement after that. In 1985, the Jays captured their first East Division title but lost in the ALCS. Most of the rosters of the Jays during this time were home-grown with few trades. In 1989 and in the early 1990s the Jays captured the division title again. In 1989 and 1991, the Jays lost in the ALCS round; but in 1992 and 1993, the Jays went all the way to capture their back-to-back World Series titles against the Braves and Phillies respectively. After these sterling two seasons, the Jays haven’t reached the playoffs as of this date, but they were not that bad either. The Jays are mostly in the middle of the pack – and need to address their weaknesses to become a contender once again.
The Blue Jays played their home games at the Exhibition Stadium until 1989. After the completion of the SkyDome or Rogers Centre in 1989, the Jays moved to this new ballpark. This stadium features a retractable roof, carpeted floors and is symmetrical in its geometry and has the "old is new" motif. The stadium has commercial establishment from known restaurants like McDonald's SkySnacks, Hard Rock Cafe, Windows on SkyDome, Sightlines and the SkyDome Hotel. This SkyDome also has the biggest video display board in the North America. The stadium also accommodates Canadian Football League games as it is the home stadium of Toronto Argonauts as well as concerts and other sporting events.