Blue Jays

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List Of Baseball Parks In Toronto
... Later usage Public park and picnic grounds Exhibition Stadium Occupant Toronto Blue Jays - American League (1977-1988) Location New Brunswick Way (right field) Lake Shore Boulevard (first base) Prince's ... SkyDome Occupant Toronto Blue Jays - AL (1989-present) Location 1 Blue Jays Way (next to CN Tower), north of Lake Shore Boulevard, east of Spadina Avenue ...
List Of Toronto Blue Jays Opening Day Starting Pitchers - Key
... Season Each year is linked to an article about that particular Blue Jays season ... W Win L Loss ND (W) No decision by starting pitcher Blue Jays won game ND (L) No decision by starting pitcher Blue Jays lost game Pitcher Number of ...
Scott Richmond - MLB Career - 2010–2013
... Richmond started his comeback in June 2010 with the Single-A Dunedin Blue Jays ... He opened the 2011 season with the Blue Jays, appearing in one game on April 10 before being optioned back to Las Vegas ... On August 13, the Blue Jays outrighted Richmond to their Triple-A affiliate Las Vegas 51s ...
Steve Baker (baseball)
... After spending nine games with Evansville in 1980, he was purchased by the Toronto Blue Jays on June 6, 1980 ... Baker spent the rest of the season with the Syracuse Chiefs, the Blue Jays' AAA minor league team ... He was released by the Blue Jays on January 28, 1982 and was signed by the Oakland Athletics as a free agent on March 9 ...
Lars Anderson (baseball) - Major Leagues
... After being designated for assignment by the White Sox, Anderson was claimed by the Toronto Blue Jays on February 25 ... Anderson was designated for assignment by the Blue Jays on March 29, 2013 ... After clearing waivers, Anderson was traded by the Blue Jays to the Chicago White Sox for cash on April 1 ...

Famous quotes containing the words jays and/or blue:

    If ever there was an aviary overstocked with jays it is that Yaptown-on-the-Hudson, called New York.
    O. Henry [William Sydney Porter] (1862–1910)

    “Things as they are
    Are changed upon the blue guitar.”
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)