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The Toronto Blue Jays are a Canadian professional baseball team based in Toronto, Ontario. The Blue Jays compete in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a member club of the American League (AL) East division. The team plays its home games at the Rogers Centre (formerly known as the SkyDome).The "Blue Jays" name originates from the bird of the same name, and blue is also the traditional colour of two of Toronto's other professional sports teams: the Maple Leafs (ice hockey) and the Argonauts (Canadian football). In addition, the team was originally owned by the Labatt Brewing Company, makers of the popular beer Labatt's Blue. Colloquially nicknamed the "Jays", the team's official colours are royal blue, navy blue, red, and white. An expansion franchise, the club was founded in Toronto in 1977. Originally based at Exhibition Stadium, the team began playing its home games at the SkyDome upon its opening in 1989. Since 2000, the Blue Jays have been owned by Rogers Communications and in 2004, the SkyDome was purchased by that company, which it renamed Rogers Centre. They are the second MLB franchise to be based outside the United States, and currently the only team based outside the U.S. after the first Canadian franchise, the Montreal Expos, relocated to Washington, D.C. after the 2004 season and became the Washington Nationals.In the late 1970s and early 1980s, the Blue Jays went through struggles typical of an expansion team, frequently finishing in last place in its division. In 1983, the team had its first winning season and two years later, they became division champions. From 1985–1993, they were an AL East powerhouse, winning five division championships in nine seasons, including three consecutive from 1991–93. During that run, the team also became back-to-back World Series champions in 1992 and 1993, led by a core group of award-winning All-Star players, including Hall of Famer Roberto Alomar, Joe Carter, John Olerud, and Devon White. The Blue Jays became the first (and, to date, only) team outside the US to appear in and win a World Series, and the fastest AL expansion team to do so, winning in its 16th year. After 1993, the Blue Jays failed to qualify for the playoffs for 21 consecutive seasons, until clinching a playoff berth and division championship in 2015.The Blue Jays are one of three MLB teams under corporate ownership, with the other two being the former Seattle Mariners (Nintendo of America) and the current Atlanta Braves (Liberty Media). - Wikipedia

PLAYED FOR
PLAYER FROM TO
Ron Fairly 1977 1977
Dennis DeBarr 1977 1977
Steve Hargan 1977 1977
Tom Bruno 1977 1977
Al Woods 1977 1977
Hector Torres 1977 1977
Tom Murphy 1977 1977
Doug Rader 1977 1977
Dave McKay 1977 1977
Gary Woods 1977 1977
Doug Ault 1977 1977
Jim Clancy 1977 1977
Pedro Garcia 1977 1977
Rick Cerone 1977 1977
Bill Singer 1977 1977
Mike Willis 1977 1977
Jerry Johnson 1977 1977
Bob Bailor 1977 1977
Mike Darr 1977 1977
Jim Mason 1977 1977
Steve Bowling 1977 1977
Roy Howell 1977 1977
Otto Velez 1977 1977
Dave Lemanczyk 1977 1977
Jerry Garvin 1977 1977
Pete Vuckovich 1977 1977
Alan Ashby 1977 1977
Steve Staggs 1977 1977
Phil Roof 1977 1977
John Scott 1977 1977
Jesse Jefferson 1977 1977
Tim Nordbrook 1977 1977
Jeff Byrd 1977 1977
Ernie Whitt 1977 1977
Chuck Hartenstein 1977 1977
Sam Ewing 1977 1977
Bob Bailor 1978 1978
Dave Wallace 1978 1978
Jim Clancy 1978 1978
Balor Moore 1978 1978
Tom Buskey 1978 1978
Jerry Garvin 1978 1978
Gary Woods 1978 1978
Alan Ashby 1978 1978
Dave Lemanczyk 1978 1978
Tom Murphy 1978 1978
Roy Howell 1978 1978
Garth Iorg 1978 1978
Otto Velez 1978 1978
Mike Willis 1978 1978
GAMES
DATE VISITOR HOME
Apr 07, 1977 Chicago White Sox 5 Toronto Blue Jays 9
Apr 09, 1977 Chicago White Sox 3 Toronto Blue Jays 2
Apr 10, 1977 Chicago White Sox 1 Toronto Blue Jays 3
Apr 11, 1977 Detroit Tigers 3 Toronto Blue Jays 5
Apr 12, 1977 Detroit Tigers 6 Toronto Blue Jays 1
Apr 13, 1977 Detroit Tigers 6 Toronto Blue Jays 7
Apr 14, 1977 Detroit Tigers 3 Toronto Blue Jays 5
Apr 15, 1977 Toronto Blue Jays 5 Chicago White Sox 7
Apr 16, 1977 Toronto Blue Jays 2 Chicago White Sox 3
Apr 17, 1977 Toronto Blue Jays 2 Chicago White Sox 4
Apr 18, 1977 Toronto Blue Jays 5 New York Yankees 1
Apr 19, 1977 Toronto Blue Jays 8 New York Yankees 3
Apr 20, 1977 Toronto Blue Jays 5 New York Yankees 7
Apr 21, 1977 Toronto Blue Jays 6 New York Yankees 8
Apr 24, 1977 Boston Red Sox 9 Toronto Blue Jays 0
Apr 25, 1977 Boston Red Sox 6 Toronto Blue Jays 5
Apr 25, 1977 Boston Red Sox 3 Toronto Blue Jays 4
Apr 27, 1977 Toronto Blue Jays 6 Cleveland Indians 5
Apr 28, 1977 Toronto Blue Jays 3 Cleveland Indians 4
Apr 29, 1977 Toronto Blue Jays 1 Kansas City Royals 6
Apr 30, 1977 Toronto Blue Jays 2 Kansas City Royals 1
May 01, 1977 Toronto Blue Jays 2 Kansas City Royals 8
May 02, 1977 Milwaukee Brewers 3 Toronto Blue Jays 1
May 03, 1977 Milwaukee Brewers 6 Toronto Blue Jays 2
May 04, 1977 Milwaukee Brewers 3 Toronto Blue Jays 10
May 05, 1977 Milwaukee Brewers 8 Toronto Blue Jays 9
May 06, 1977 Minnesota Twins 7 Toronto Blue Jays 2
May 07, 1977 Minnesota Twins 4 Toronto Blue Jays 1
May 08, 1977 Minnesota Twins 5 Toronto Blue Jays 4
May 09, 1977 Seattle Mariners 4 Toronto Blue Jays 10
May 10, 1977 Seattle Mariners 3 Toronto Blue Jays 9
May 13, 1977 Toronto Blue Jays 3 Minnesota Twins 4
May 14, 1977 Toronto Blue Jays 3 Minnesota Twins 13
May 15, 1977 Toronto Blue Jays 3 Minnesota Twins 5
May 17, 1977 Toronto Blue Jays 3 Milwaukee Brewers 1
May 18, 1977 Toronto Blue Jays 2 Milwaukee Brewers 3
May 19, 1977 Toronto Blue Jays 3 Milwaukee Brewers 5
May 20, 1977 Toronto Blue Jays 4 Texas Rangers 3
May 21, 1977 Toronto Blue Jays 9 Texas Rangers 6
May 22, 1977 Toronto Blue Jays 4 Texas Rangers 7
May 23, 1977 Oakland Athletics 3 Toronto Blue Jays 0
May 25, 1977 Oakland Athletics 6 Toronto Blue Jays 5
May 27, 1977 California Angels 4 Toronto Blue Jays 1
May 28, 1977 California Angels 4 Toronto Blue Jays 6
May 29, 1977 California Angels 3 Toronto Blue Jays 2
May 30, 1977 Kansas City Royals 4 Toronto Blue Jays 1
Jun 01, 1977 Kansas City Royals 11 Toronto Blue Jays 3
Jun 03, 1977 Toronto Blue Jays 2 Oakland Athletics 3
Jun 04, 1977 Toronto Blue Jays 4 Oakland Athletics 2
Jun 05, 1977 Toronto Blue Jays 7 Oakland Athletics 3
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