Athletes all have their own ways of celebrating a big win. Some pump their fists. Others raise their arms in the air and let out a primal scream. After the Texas Rangers took down the Toronto Blue Jays, 6-4, in a wild 14-inning affair, designated hitter Prince Fielder involuntarily chose to take on the visiting dugout railing. Spoiler alert: the railing won.Read full article >>
When David Price's first pitch crossed the plate and got Game 1 of the American League Division Series going, there was so much optimistic energy in the air at the Rogers Centre that it's a wonder the umpiring crew didn't signal some sort of interference. What followed, however, was a reality check. Show More Summary
On the same night that Saturday Night Live poked fun at Taylor Swift's ever-expanding "squad," the singer welcomed another artist into her crew as Charli XCX joined Swift onstage at Toronto's Rogers Centre to perform her breakout hit "Boom Clap." The two singers traded verses on the Sucker single as pyrotechnics...
Ontario, Canada, has no shortage of pop and rock stars, and the 45,000 fans assembled at the Rogers Centre in Toronto last night could have been forgiven for expecting Taylor Swift to introduce Drake or the Weeknd as her special guests three-quarters of the way through her set. (Their parents...
During the Blue Jays game against the Red Sox on Friday, September 18, water emanating from a men’s restroom on the 500 level of the Rogers Centre flooded an elevator shaft, shut down part of the concourse, and caused damage to the team offices on the 400 level. So what caused the flooding? Well, the […]
What we know: The concourse level of the Rogers Centre, the Toronto Blue Jays home stadium, was flooded during a game two Fridays ago because a fan apparently ripped a urinal from a men's room wall What we don't know: Who did it. And why. Show More Summary
During a Sept. 18 Red Sox-Blue Jays game, a half-naked Toronto fan reportedly pulled a urinal off the bathroom wall on the 500 level of Rogers Centre, flooding an elevator shaft and causing a general nuisance. A few days later, a photo of a half-naked Blue Jays fan yanking at a urinal started making the rounds. Show More Summary
Originally published on LinkedIn. By Roger Atkins Amidst the marvel that is the UK’s impressive Millbrook Test Centre – squirrelled away deep in the Bedfordshire countryside far from prying eyes – much of what is up and coming to EVShow More Summary
The Blue Jays are sitting pretty as the top team in the AL East. Last night however, they were edged out at home, 7-6, by the Red Sox. And apparently, the game wasn't the only thing Toronto lost yesterday... Rogers Centre elevator apparently snafu'd by well-lubricated fan who pulled urinal off wall, flooding shaft... Show More Summary
Yanks fell 4 ½ games behind the AL East-leading Jays, which beat the Red Sox 6-1 at the Rogers Centre.
The day before Troy Tulowitzki got hurt on the very real grass at Yankee Stadium, he said he hadn't noticed any problem yet with the fake stuff at Toronto's Rogers Centre. "Obviously, the turf is slow," he said. "But playing on it doesn't...Show More Summary
The first Mobile Klinik mobile phone repair shop, backed by former Rogers and Wind Mobile executives, opened this Monday in Ottawa at the St. Laurent Centre, 1200 St. Laurent Boulevard. Mobile Klinik aims to bring professional, branded smartphone repair services to Canadians. The idea comes from former rivals – now business partners – ex Wind [...]
As expected, longtime Cleveland Indians executive Mark Shapiro announced Monday he will be leaving the franchise after more than two decades to become the president and CEO of the Toronto Blue Jays and Rogers Centre. "While weighingShow More Summary
It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a...baseball? Josh Donaldson crushed Matt Boyd's 93 mph fastball in the third inning Friday, sending it flying toward the fifth deck at Rogers Centre to give the Toronto Blue Jays a 3-1 lead over the Detroit Tigers. Show More Summary
For the most part during Friday night's contest at Rogers Centre, the red-hot Toronto Blue Jays had the New York Yankees in the same place they had them last weekend: right where they wanted 'em. That is until, all of a sudden, there was a loud bang. Show More Summary
Blue Jays fans brought plenty of excitement to the Rogers Centre for the Jays' game against the New York Yankees in a battle for the AL East.
Toronto Argos Cheerleaders Kristen and Leanne outside the Roger’s Centre on Saturday. Photo courtesy of Rick
Troy Tulowitzki and David Price are in the fold, and the Blue Jays have sole possession of the second wild card in the AL. The Rogers Centre is going to become a lot more lively.
The hard-throwing southpaw went eight strong, allowing just three hits while setting a new franchise record with 11 strikeouts.
Veteran lefty will make his first start as a Blue Jay Monday afternoon against the Twins at the Rogers Centre.