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The race for the AL East title is as contested as any division in baseball, and the Toronto Blue Jays are right in the thick of it. As the dog days of summer approach, the Jays’ bats might be getting hot at the right time, especially with Josh Donaldson resuming his MVP form. The club has played extremely well in June and will look to keep piling up wins with home series against the Diamondbacks and Indians. Arizona comes to the Rogers Center for a two-game interleague matchup on June 21 and 22, with tickets starting as low as $3. To close out the month, Toronto will host Cleveland for a four-game series, and tickets for the first game start at $4.
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Sparking the offense hasn’t been easy for the Toronto Blue Jays so far this season, but one strategy in particular helped them take a series against the Twins 3-1 last week. Stacking their three hottest batters at the top of the lineup proved to be just what Toronto needed to help get them over the slump that has them in last place in the American League East. The Blue Jays will have to keep the momentum going, as they are up against the MLB’s top team this weekend. The Red Sox will be in town for a three-game series that starts Friday, May 27. Seats at the Rogers Centre are available from us today for just $11 and up.

They’ve already technically won the series, but the Toronto Blue Jays are looking to go 3-0 in San Francisco this week. After a huge 3-1 win on Monday and a 4-0 shutout victory Tuesday, the Jays are feeling pretty confident they can overcome the Giants and prove any naysayers wrong. Huge performances from pitcher J.A. Happ and slugger Troy Tulowitzki this week have helped propel Toronto to third place in the American League East. Catch the Blue Jays in action next week as they welcome Tampa Bay to the Rogers Centre for a three-game series. The fun starts Monday, May 16, with the first pitch scheduled for 7:07 PM. We have a great selection of affordable seating, with prices starting at just $3 for the upper level.

Trailing to the White Sox by two runs late in the ninth inning Monday night, the Toronto Blue Jays had a prime opportunity to make a rally for the win. With bases loaded, a solid hit from Michael Saunders would give Toronto the potential to overtake the game. Saunders got the hit, but his teammate Troy Tulowitzki accidentally let the bouncer hit him in the arm on his way from first to second, getting Chicago the out that ended the game with a final score of 7-5. Toronto will try to redeem themselves at home with a series against the Texas Rangers beginning Monday, May 2. Tickets are available now and start at just $3!

After a pair of cancelled games, the Toronto Blue Jays ended their Spring Training with a 4-3 loss against the Twins. The relievers saw some action on the mound as the starters rested for the upcoming exhibition games. Ryan Tepera started, and Drew Storen, Gavin Floyd and Roberta Osuna also pitched for a few innings. The team is heading back home with a side trip to Montreal for a pair of exhibition games in Olympic Stadium on April 1 and 2 before heading to Tampa Bay to play the Rays on Opening Day on April 3. Their home opener is on April 8 and 9. You can still get tickets for all games, with prices for the home opener starting at $65.

3/18/16 - April is just a few short weeks away and that means that opening day is right around the corner! In the meantime, the Toronto Blue Jays are busy getting ready for the 2016 season with several final spring training games in Dunedin, FL. Their next matchup will be against the Houston Astros on Friday, March 18. Tickets to the practice game are still available for prices starting at $75. Additionally, before the Blue Jays kick things off at home, they’ll be taking on the Boston Red Sox on April 1 and 2 in an honorary game at the Olympic Stadium in Montreal, QC. After that, they’ll have their first game of the season on April 8.

2015 Season

10/13/15 - They’re not done yet, Canada. The Toronto Blue Jays kept their World Series dreams alive on Monday, prevailing over the Texas Rangers in Arlington. The Jays rode an early assault from the heart of their lineup, getting dingers from Josh Donaldson, Chris Colabello, and Kevin Pillar to open an early 4-0 lead. Texas starter Derek Holland was yanked after just two frames, while Jays knuckleballer R.A. Dickey combined with David Price out of the bullpen to stifle the Rangers enough to force a final game on Toronto’s artificial turf. Tickets are still available for Rogers Center to be a part of Game 5 of the American League Division Series if you act quickly!

10/9/15 - It must’ve surprised the Toronto Blue Jays when staff ace David Price took the loss in Game 1 versus the Texas Rangers. Although the Jays’ postseason hasn’t gotten off to the smoothest of starts, there’s sure to be plenty of confidence in their locker room regardless. The high-powered Toronto offense posted more runs than any other team in the bigs this year, and fans of the team know that they’re always just one hit away from sparking one of their trademark onslaughts. The Blue Jays will host Game 2 at the Air Canada Centre on Friday night—get your tickets starting at $142! Act now though, because supplies won’t last!

10/2/15 - Word has finally been released that the Toronto Blue Jays are going to the postseason. Their current record is 92-67, which puts them at the top of the AL Eastern Division. In fact, there are only three teams above the Blue Jays in the entire league. They were essentially guaranteed a spot in the American League Division Series, but it is exciting for it to be made official. There are no more home games in the regular season, but now fans can count on seeing their team in the championship. Tickets for the first round, starting on October 8th, are available starting at $151. Come out and support the Blue Jays.

9/25/15 - Despite some recent losses, the Toronto Blue Jays retain the top spot in the AL Eastern Division with a 3.5 game cushion. Their most recent series was against the Yankees, which they won 2-1. The Blue Jays went out strong in the first game, scoring three runs in the bottom of the first. After several scoreless innings, they scored again in the seventh to protect themselves against the Yankees' rally. The next night, the two teams battled it out to ten innings, where the Yankees scored three runs and the Blue Jays were only able to get one. They shut out the Yankees the next night to ensure their victory. The Blue Jays next host the Rays for a three game series starting on the 25th. You can still get tickets, with prices starting at $38.

9/18/15 - The Toronto Blue Jays have been on their game lately. Being at the top of their division as the season winds down puts them in an excellent position for the post season. They are currently finishing up a series of away games, but they still managed to win four of their last six matches. The Jays now return to Toronto for their final home series. Starting on September 18th, the Jays are looking at three sets, against the Boston Red Sox, the New York Yankees, and the Tampa Bay Rays, for a total of nine games. Be sure to secure your spot in the stands and show your support for your team. Tickets for their first game back are still available starting as low as $26.

9/11/15 - Despite some recent losses, the Toronto Blue Jays remain 1 1/2 games ahead of the competition in first place of the AL East Division. The Blue Jays lost two of the three games in their most recent series against the Red Sox. They lost the first game 4-11 but came back the next night to get the win. The game started close, with the Blue Jays scoring one in the first and the Red Sox equalizing in the second. After several scoreless innings, the game entered overtime. In the tenth inning, the Blue Jays rallied to score four runs and win the game. The Blue Jays next head to New York to play four games against the Yankees. You can still get your tickets, with prices starting at just $14.

9/4/15 - The Toronto Blue Jays have won eight of their last ten games and are ranked first in the AL Eastern Division. Their only losses were in the last of three against the Rangers on the 27th and then on the first of three against the Indians on the 31st. In the most recent loss, the Indians scored first, but the Blue Jays drew ahead after scoring two runs in the fifth. However, the Indians tied the game and drew ahead in the seventh and the Blue Jays were unable to equalize. The Blue Jays responded to the expanded roster in September by calling up five minor league players. The Blue Jays have a chance to beat the Indians on the 1st and 2nd. You still have a chance to get tickets, with prices starting at $24.

8/28/15 - Only one team in the AL East has compiled 70 wins, and it’s not the Yankees. The Toronto Blue Jays continue to soar, winning four straight and six out of seven to reclaim the lead in their division. The Jays set a franchise record in their three-game sweep of the Angels this week, scoring 36 runs to bring their MLB-leading total to 670 on the season. The closing victory of the series might’ve been the most impressive, as knuckleballer R.A. Dickey gave up five runs in the first inning, only to watch his offense storm back for a 12-5 victory. Next up, the Jays will host the Tigers in a big series at Rogers Centre. Tickets are available now for each contest, including Sunday’s matinee game from $33 and up!

8/21/15 - Even though the Toronto Blue Jays were able to remain completely undefeated the last time they met the New York Yankees, on the Yankees' field no less, the Blue Jays struggled when having a rematch set against New York on their home field. The Jays are still performing incredibly well, however. Their recent losses actually ended an impressive 11 game winning streak, which rocketed the Jays to the number two position in their division and they are tied for wins with the top team, which just happens to be the Yankees. The Jays enter a series of away games now, but they will return on August 28th to host the Detroit Tigers. Tickets start at as low as $28. Secure your place in the stands today.

8/7/15 - The Toronto Blue Jays have won six of the past seven games. After going 1-1 in a two game series against the Phillies, the Blue Jays started strong in a four game series against the Royals. They won the first game, even with the Royals getting the first two runs. The next night, the Blue Jays came back from behind to tie in the seventh inning and won after Josh Donaldson hit a walk-off single in the 11th inning. The next night saw the game go the other way, but the Blue Jays won the final game to take the series 3-1. They have also won the first two of a four game series against the Twins. It's not too late to get tickets to the final two games on the 5th and 6th, with prices starting at $51.

7/31/15 - There has been a ton of player shuffling this week to beat the trade deadline on July 31. The Toronto Blue Jays picked up a great player during the trading chaos from the Detroit Tigers. Left-handed, David Price is going to be making his way to the Blue Jays. In return, the Tigers will receive Daniel Norris, Matt Boyd, and Jairo Labourt. The Blue Jays also made a big deal with the Colorado Rockies, acquiring shortstop Troy Tulowizki. 1993 was the last time that the Toronto Blue Jays have made it to the playoffs and they have high hopes that these two additional players can help them get there this year. Watch the Blue Jays live as they hit the field against the Kansas City Royals on July 31.

7/24/15 - The Toronto Blue Jays record looks just like it did when the season started, an even number of wins and losses. However, they are currently ranked as the second place team in the AL East Division and are trying to catch the number one team, the New York Yankees. The Blue Jays have won their last three of four games and are starting a promising series against the Mariners on Friday, July 24. The Mariners are one of the bottom teams in their division, so the Blue Jays should be able to pull off a few wins on the road. To attend the Blue Jays versus Mariners games, simply buy your tickets here for any of the three games. Tickets are still available to spruce up your weekend.

7/17/15 - The Toronto Blue Jays broke a three game losing streak when they won the second of three games against the Royals. The Royals held the Blue Jays to a shutout in their first meeting. The Blue Jays came back the next night to win. Edwin Encarnacion hit a homer in the fourth inning, bringing in another run as well to score for the first time in 27 innings for the team. Danny Valencia hit a homer in the ninth to bring in three runs. Mark Buehrle allowed just two runs in the seven innings he was on the mound. The Blue Jays were unable to capitalize on the win the next night, which was a close game. They host the Rays starting the 17th for a three game series, with tickets available as low as $17.

7/10/15 - This series of away games has not been going exactly as planned for the Toronto Blue Jays. So far, they have won two out of five games. They did manage to score 10 runs in one of those wins, however, so fans still know the Jay have what it takes. Coming up, the Jays have one more set before making a pit stop in Toronto. First, they will take on the Kansas City Royals, then they will play just three games on their own field before hitting the road again. If you are waiting for them to return, this set against the Tampa Bay Rays is your best chance to catch them live. Tickets are already available for their brief homecoming, which starts on July 17th.

7/3/15 - The Toronto Blue Jays won two out of three games in both their set against the Tampa Bay Rays and the Texas Rangers. However, the Boston Red Sox fared slightly better against the Jays, taking three games. It is sad to see the Blue Jays end their home series on a low note, but they are ready to start racking up the wins again as they travel to Detroit to take on the Tigers. The four top teams in the AL Eastern Division, including the Jays, all have the same number of wins. If Toronto were able to perform well in these upcoming games, they could easily secure the top position. They will return to Toronto on July 17th. Tickets are already available starting at $12.

6/26/15 - Pitcher Marco Estrada of the Toronto Blue Jays almost pulled of a perfect game Wednesday night against Tampa. He went seven full innings without letting anyone on base, but in the eighth, Josh Donaldson got to first with a hit to the infield. Despite losing the chance at a perfect game by just five outs, Estrada and the rest of the Jays have got to be happy with how he threw the ball. They beat the Rays 1-0. Toronto will play their next games against the Texas Rangers on their home field at the Rogers Centre in Ontario this Friday, Saturday and Sunday (June 26-28). We have tickets on sale now for all three games. Ticket prices start at just $12, so take the whole family for a fun day of baseball!

6/19/15 - Last week the Toronto Blue Jays were able to remain undefeated in two consecutive sets, against the Astros and the Marlins. Amazingly, they were able to add one more set to that impressive feat. The Blue Jays were able to beat out the Boston Red Sox all three times they met, despite playing on the Red Sox's field. The Jays even managed to score 13 runs in two separate games. It certainly seems like the Blue Jays were on a hot streak, reaching an 11-game winning streak, but they had a little against the New York Mets. The Blue Jays lost both of their meetings so far, but the set will continue on Toronto's home field, so they may be able to fare better. Get your tickets today.

6/12/15 - The Toronto Blue Jays have an eight-game winning streak on the books, giving them a 31-30 record. They swept their series against the Houston Astros, then turned around and swept the Miami Marlins. The Jays are averaging 5.33 runs per game, the best offense in the league, and more than half-a-run ahead of the New York Yankees (4.66) who sit in second place. The Blue Jays are out on the road over the weekend and in the first of next week, coming home on Wednesday (6/17) for two games against the New York Mets. Tickets for this evening game are on sale for just $7 and up. Get your seats now for the upcoming weekend games against the Baltimore Orioles, beginning on Friday (6/19) for $7 in the Upper Level.

6/10/15 - The Toronto Blue Jays have an eight-game winning streak going, and Scott Copeland got his first win as a starter in Wednesday’s game against the Marlins that went 7-2. The Blue Jays swept the series against Miami, and they’re just three games out of the lead in the AL East with a 31-30 record. Over the upcoming weekend, the Blue Jays are in Boston, before going to New York to face the Mets. Tickets are on sale for their two home games against the New York Mets beginning Wednesday (6/17). Prices start at just $4 for the Upper Level seats. Get your tickets now for next week’s games against the Orioles at Rogers Centre. Beginning Friday (6/19), the Blue Jays host Baltimore in a three-games series.

6/5/15 - Things were looking rocky for the Toronto Blue Jays when the set opener against the Washington Nationals ended with the Jays failing to score. This defeat was made more disappointing because it was on the heels of two consecutive losses against the Minnesota Twins and a postponed game. The Blue Jays really turned their performance around, however, and they scored a 7-3 victory later that evening and followed it up by shutting the Nationals out while scoring eight runs. Toronto was able to end their series of away games on a high note, so hopefully this means they will be bringing a lot of energy home with them. They will be taking on the Houston Astros next, on their own field for the first time since May 27th.

5/29/15 - In the ninth inning of a close game, Toronto Blue Jays’ Josh Donaldson hit a three-run homer to give the Jays a 10-9 win against the Chicago White Sox. It was the third straight win for the Blue Jays, but they couldn’t keep the momentum going. They gave up their winning streak the next day when the White Sox won in a 10-inning game 5-3. The Blue Jays are out on the road over the upcoming week, facing the Twins over the weekend before heading to Washington DC for three games against the Nationals. On Friday (6/5), they come home to Rogers Center to host the Houston Astros in a three-game series. Tickets start at $7, and there are plenty of great seats for the taking. Come on out and cheer for your home team.

5/15/15 - The Toronto Blue Jays have had a fairly even season so far, with a current record of 17 wins and 18 losses. They most recently played the Orioles in a three game series, of which they won the second game 10-2. In this game, the Orioles were first to get on the scoreboard with two runs in the third inning. The Blue Jays were able to keep them from scoring any more and picked up their offensive play for the win. The seventh and eight innings were big innings, with the teaming scoring four runs in each. Edwin Encarnacion hit two homers, and Josh Donaldson brought in two runs. The team next heads to Houston to play the Astros for a four game series starting on May 14, with ticket prices as low as $6.

5/8/15 - The Toronto Blue Jays seem to be unable to start a streak of any kind. Ever since they lost to the Boston Red Sox on April 27th, the Blue Jays have won every other one of their matchups. There does not seem to be any pattern to their play either. They have scored as few as one run or as many 11, which they managed to pull off two separate times. This strange occurrence even continued after their series of away games ended and their returned to their own field. This, unfortunately, means the Blue Jays have been unable to earn a positive win/loss ration and remain 14-15. As they prepare for a rematch against the Red Sox in this coming week, hopefully they will be able to play more consistently.

4/29/15 - Sloppy pitching was the name of the game for both the Toronto Blue Jays and the Boston Red Sox Tuesday night, as the two teams had a combined 19 runs off of 30 hits. Despite lackluster performance from the bullpen, the Jays snapped their four-game losing streak, and won the over four-hour-long game 11-8. Every player in the batting lineup was able to get at least one hit, and four had at least two, making the long game an entertaining one for the audience. The upcoming schedule for Toronto includes two at-home series against the Yankees on May 4-6 and Boston on May 8-10. How will Toronto fare against these two notorious ball clubs? Come see for yourself, and bring the family! Tickets are available now at all price points.

4/24/15 - It seems that the MLB has a new rivalry brewing between the Toronto Blue Jays and the Baltimore Orioles. At Tuesday night’s game, a bit of bad blood was stirred up after a pitch from Jason Garcia went rogue and nearly hit Jose Bautista, who then stared down the Orioles pitcher. Later on in the at-bat, Bautista hit a two-run homer and as he crossed home base, he glared again, but this time at the entire Orioles dugout. Although the Jays squarely won the game 13-6, that didn’t stop Baltimore from doing a little trash talking of their own. With so much of the season left to go, it will be exciting to watch what happens between these two teams. They play again Wednesday and Thursday at the Rogers Centre in Toronto and ticket prices start at just $5.

4/14/15 - Fans of the Toronto Blue Jays have a lot to smile about this week as the 2015 regular season is now in full swing. Taking on the immense talent from big clubs such as the New York Yankees is never easy, but the Jays beat them twice in a three game series away from home this week. They had the same record against the Orioles, giving them a solid 4-2 start to the season. They will spend some time at home in the next week or so, taking on the Rays on Wednesday and Thursday. After that, they will go head-to-head with the Atlanta Braves for another three-game series on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. With tickets starting at $9, you can enjoy a weekend full of baseball fun with the whole family!

4/8/15 - The youngest Opening Day starting pitcher in Toronto Blue Jays history fashioned a neat three-hitter against the N.Y. Yankees to kick off the Jays’ 2015 season, while Edwin Encarnacion blasted a two-run homer. Devon Travis also left the yard for the Jays, his first career hit.

3/25/15 - The Toronto Blue Jays have had a good spring so far, winning 13 of their 22 games, which leads the Grapefruit League at the moment. The Jays do have some unanswered questions, though, such as what to do with catcher Dioner Navarro, who is expected to make $5 million; and will quirky (he lives in a van) starter Daniel Norris stick with the club as their fifth starter?

3/18/15 - The Toronto Blue Jays can’t seem to catch a break this spring. Slugger Edwin Encarnacion is already out with a sore back, and now outfielder Kevin Pillar will be joining him on the growing list of players with injuries. The outfielder reportedly sneezed too hard on Saturday morning while the Blue Jays were facing the New York Yankees. Pillar sneezed so hard, in fact, that he strained his right oblique muscle. Although he was able to play through the fifth inning of the game, he ultimately had to leave with sharp pain in his right side. Pillar’s prognosis is day to day, but he will likely miss seven to ten games while he recovers from the sidelining sneeze. Manager Alex Anthopoulos says he wants to give Pillar time to heal rather than rush him back on the field.

3/10/15 - Right-hander Jason Stroman has been lost for the season to the Toronto Blue Jays, after it was disclosed by the club that he had suffered a torn ACL in his left knee. Stroman was a rookie last season, finishing with 11 wins against six losses, and was being counted on as a key contributor this year.

3/4/15 - For the Toronto Blue Jays, a team which started off fast and then fell as meteorically as any last season, it’s a new year and a new chance to break a postseason drought that has lasted since 1993, and the second of two Jays World Series victories. The Jays take on division rival Baltimore on Thursday after splitting their first two exhibition outings with Pittsburgh.

2/13/15 - The Toronto Blue Jays have their home opener a little later than usual in the upcoming 2015 season, so you may want to take advantage of their excellent preseason lineup. It all starts on March 3rd when they play the Pittsburgh Pirates. You can see the Blue Jays in action for the very first time this year for as little as $14. If you are waiting for the full season to get in on the action, you are going to have to wait until April 13th. Toronto's seventh game of the season is their first home game and tickets start at $30. Luckily, you will have many chances to see them after their series of away game ends, because they will be playing 10 consecutive home games, one on nearly every day, through the 23rd.

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Join the Jays as They Look to Stay Hot
The Blue Jays won over 90 games in 2015 and had an exciting postseason run. With some new arms in the rotation and some of the biggest bats in the game, the Rogers Center might be a few months away from hosting more playoff action. Now’s the time to get your cheap Toronto Blue Jays tickets and watch the homerun onslaught in person.

A Full Season of Tulo
Midseason acquisition Troy Tulowitzki paid off immediately and in impressive fashion. The Jays now have the hard-hitting righty for a full season to complement the other mashers like Jose Bautista and Josh Donaldson. Buy your discount tickets ASAP and watch what might be the hardest hitting team in all of baseball.

Josh Donaldson looks to have a repeat season after winning the 2015 American League Most Valuable Player Award. While he narrowly beat out Mike Trout to earn the honor, fans of the club know that it wasn’t a fluke; the lefty third baseman will once again be a thorn in the side of righty pitchers throughout the league.

Blue Jays tickets will not be cheap come September. Get discount seats now and take part in the fanfare as Toronto makes another run towards the top of the AL East, a pennant and hopefully the World Series.

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