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The Toronto Blue Jays made one of the biggest trades of this offseason, acquiring all-star Josh Donaldson from the Oakland Athletics. The move puts the Blue Jays right in the mix as contenders for the AL East Division crown. A first place finish in the AL East would be the Blue Jays first since 1993, which is also the last time Toronto made an appearance in the postseason. As they look to regain past glory, find Blue Jays tickets now at and enjoy a game in person this season!

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Oct 01, 2016
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Boston Red Sox vs. Toronto Blue JaysBoston, MA
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About the Blue Jays

Home Stadium: Rogers Centre

Seating Capacity:49,260
Address:One Blue Jays Way
Toronto, ON, CA M5V 1J3

The Toronto Blue Jays came into Major League Baseball during the 1977 season, when the league decided to expand by two teams, the Blue Jays and the Seattle Mariners. Since their inception, the Jays have played as part of the American League Eastern Division and have won the division title five times in franchise history. They are the only MLB team located in Canada, following the Montreal Expos move to Washington D.C. in 2005.

Although the Blue Jays have not had a lot of success in their history, they did have a three-year stretch as good as any team could hope for. From 1991 to 1993, the team won more than 90 games each season, winning the AL East each time. Although they lost in the American League Championship Series in 1991, losing to the eventual champion Minnesota Twins, the Jays were able to win the AL pennent in both 1992 and 1993. In each of those seasons, the team was able to bring a championship back to Toronto, most memorably when Joe Carter hit a series-ending, walk-off home run in 1993 to win the World Series.

The team now relies on the power bats of José Bautista and Edwin Encarnación, as well as pitching from Mark Buehrle and R.A. Dickey. This season they will be looking to make the playoffs for the first time since 1993. can help connect you with Blue Jays tickets this season, check out the selection of seats today and find the perfect ones for you this baseball season!

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